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HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1913. no opposition 156. OFFICE Rockport, No. 3S. O. Hunter 76. 104; J. N. Berryman Centcrtown, No. 4 R. C. Tlchenor OF CIRCUIT HELDSATURDAY no opposition 130. Rostne, No. 5 P. L. Alford no opposition 116. Sulphur Springs No. 6 J.L Smith iio County Candidates 65; T. L. Loyd 74. Hon.W.P. Sandidge Is GopreclncUnot counted. Olaton ing To Owesboro. Were Busy All Day. Fordsvllle, No. 7 T. A. Evans no opposition 116. Bartlett's, No. 8 Ben W. Taylor N jw Law F inn of Miller, Sandidge 175; J. H. Ambrose 89. it of the Total Vote Cast In IIMAHY ELECTION ' RESIGNS GftONNA ASSAILS TARIFFJMEASURE Will Cost JUDGE stalwart tariff for revenue Democrats as Senators Bally, Simmons, Stone, Williams, Kern and Johnson, all of whom, with tho exception of the first named, aro still members ot the Senate," said he. JINING UP This County and the To the Republican Voters. Winers. Mr. E. d Bar- and Mr. A. C. Yelser, the Board (Election Commissioners ot Ohio ty, mot at the office of County Tlnsley Tuesday and canvassed returns of teat Saturday's 'elec- 1, and the following Is the official terlff T. H. Black, Russell.ville, Ky., August 6. Robert Hardison of Greenvlle, who has been M. Flener appointed assistant attorney general t uuuntx juuuk,. 912 of the United States for Indian af:L. Heavrln 636 fairs In Oklahoma by Attorney Gen-erck Cook McReynolds upon the endorse 448 Wedding IR. 185 ment of Senator OUle James and Con Miles gressman R. Y. Thomas, today filed COUNTY COURT CLERK. Logan circuit court 859 suit In the hide Blankenshlp .... 645 against State Treasurer Thomas S. T. Williams growing 437 Rhea for $5,000 damages, Hoagland out ot the allieged fact that Mr. Rhea COUNTY ATTORNEY. 1.060 slapped Mr. Hardison for peaklng to Smith !E. Barnett 548 him after, Rhea claiming, Hardison ;i had slandered him. unoaas riuaKer SHERIFF. ,.. 1,014 O. Keown 908 IATTLES MAI fA. Bratcher 169 C. Ashley IN A CELL; IS IITTEN JAILER. '. 1.116 P. Mldklff 73t IW. Duval! SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT. 1,096 Brute Crawls Through Dralv Iito ary Leach 735 t W. Odell Chicago1 Cage Prisoner 816 a! following votes were can in Republican Primary, August 2: REPRESENTATIVE. 925 B. White He ;No one appreciates more than I do the support my friends gave me during the recent primary. I have the slncerest of gratitude toward every one who gave me his vote. For those who saw fit to support my opponent I have no ill or unkind feeling whatever. I am now ready to do every thing I can for the election of our ticket In November. J, T. HOAGLAND. (Advertisement.) Hardison Sues Ihea. ASSESSOR. as E. Ward .Will Brown B. Loney 496 ...474 429 422 Sleeps. tT. Chicago, 111., August 4. John' An derson, an alleged burglar, was tak1,391 en to the Pasteur Institute suffering from wounds on one leg 1,311 which may prove fatal and which he MAGISTERIAL DISTRICTS. incurred in a desperate fight with a lartford. No. 1 Ed. Shown no dog In his cell at the Fiftieth Street position 252. Police Station. leaver Dam, No. 2 Sam ,W. The animal, also, a prisoner, has 32. ch 211; Sam L. Stevens since been found to be suffering lockport, No. 3. O. M. Maddox l from rabies. opposition 129. The dog hadt been taken to the entertown, No. 4 Geo. W. Rowe station after It had attacked and bitten opposition 112, loslne, No. 6 Wlnson Smith 104; at least two, and possibly more children, living on the South Side. The J. A. ,White W. Dauherty-- 2; policeman who- captured the animal W: H. Pierce 74. ulphur Springs, No. 6 W. S. Dean had no safe place In which to keep J A Bowling 87. " ana finally tooK it to tne station ordsvillo, No. 7 B. F, Rice 119; and lacked It up. It was placed in a P. Cheol 72: Eleazor Mitchell , cell adjoining the one occupied ny Anderson, who was held as a suspect n. In burglary oases. During the night the dog prowled ("he following votes wwere cast In J uneasily around In its cell, growling democratic Primary, August 2d and snarling and making so much RBPIIBSKNTATIVK. noise that Anderson could not Bleep. IT. Westerflcld no opposi 1.300 After some hours he managed' to fall .' tion Into a doze. Suddenly the man was COUNTY JUDGE. scraping 816 awaeuea by a peculiar B. Wilson ..626 sound, and, looking up, saw tho eyes I Tlchenor '?. Miller ..V 512 of hte dog gleaming at him In his own ce'L The animal had crawled through COUNTY COURT CLERK. ,870 the drain pipe between the two cells. I. Renfrew 544 ' Anderson lucked at the dog with Smith 371 al8 k1"0 rot. Tne animal flew at Brown 165 aim ana ounea its tangs in nis leg. bos S. Whalln 'The two fought oil ovqr the cell, tho COUNTY ATTORNEY. 929 man screaming for help. Finally the Sandertur 635 Jaljer "was ardused and beat the an- I. Porter , kd a. Roval 158. una into suDmission, SHERIFF. 783 Card From Esq. Cook. . Butler 463 Bennett Arnold, Ky., August 4, 1913. ,..406 Holbrook To the Republican Voters: 288 Massie I desire to express my sincere JAILER. thanks to my friends who assisted me '.665 Turner , T. .117 in my race for County Judge ot Ohio J ' oco county. I also desire to assure the ....'. U. J""" Republican nominee ot my hearty 156 lln Ashley . -- w .w -ttrtur In tKa iiAmlno .MnvamHaP kl.9flo' fV U ll RespecttuUy, FT rift'ecjtlon. uKuusKui MAmc rctnK I w HMnrifi t kimnkTrwilim ..a SURVEYOR. S. Moxley no opposition CORONER. A. B. Riley no opposition to-d- ay Cox , '"" "" """ ;huul - tiuriniiiuiu&rii. Ol...W-- - ""'" .- AnnnaltlAn.1 13ft AHtfitnmfln mfcu.vM, ASSESSOR. SHines 978. Pay Your Taxes. Taxes tor the year 1913 are now due aad we are ready to receive same. Owing to a new law passed SURVEYOR. during the last Legislature, relative ainatlon. to preparing the receipts, all taxes CORONER. will have to be paid at the office. So omlnatloB. please call and pay your taxes at DISTRICTS. I 'MAGISTERIAL " your earliest convenience. ford, No. 1 T. F. Tanner T. H. BLACK, 2tf. 247. DOBttiOU Sheriff Ohio County. sver Dam, No. 2 Joe F, Barnes I. Maddox Paris , 04 260 Ohio, Penn., And Mass., State of Kentucky, County of Ohio. Want Fusion. Farmers $15,000,000. The affiant, C. M. Barnett, states that tho following items compose the entire amount of expenses Incurred Move Asserts Neither Producers Nor by him, except hotel of IB very bills Hanna Thinks In his race for the Republican nomment Necessary to Win Malin Governor Names ination for County Attorney before Consumers Will Benefit By the primary election, August 2, 1913, In The Future. Sucessors. Proposed Changes. since the signing of the agreement by the various candidates on July 8, 1913. Towlt: 'Washington, Aug. 6. Reports fttXH Postage and Stationary 18.25 The Owensboro Messenger says: Washington, Aug. 4. Characterizover the country continue to be that 2.00 The Honorable W. P. Sandidge, ot ing the Democratic tariff bill as Educational Ballots 5.25 there is a gradual tendency to coa Russellvllle, circuit judge of the "neither fish, fowl, nor herring," a Cards Advertising In H. Republican 8.25 back into the Republican fold; that Seventh judicial district, composed measure not framed on scientific success in the future for member ot of Logan, Todd, Muhlenberg and principles of either free trade or proSimpson counties, will send his res- tection, and declaring it will not ben33.75 either party is to be found only la fuTotal ignation to Governor McCreary this efit the consumer because It will inHe further states that he has not sion. In practically every insoxaca, week, and on Friday wlU come to jure,' If not destroy, the producer, used money, whisky or any other when national or State campaigns Owensboro to be a member ot the Senator Gronna, Progressive Repub- thing of value to influence votes, or come on, where the Progressives aad jaw firm ot Miller, Sandidge and lican, of North Dakota, attacked the voters, nor has he authorized any Republicans have coalesced, the knqwn as tar Malin. measure in the 'tariff discussionIn one else to. do so for him, or had united interests will be Republican party. any knowledge that' it was done. Judge Sandidge la serving his sec- the Senate In West Virginia, last fall, the Subscribed and sworn tab efore me, ond term as circuit Judge in the "The great industry of agriculture," Republicans and Progressvies got toSeventh judicial district, and is re- he said, "is again "therswbject-of.'athis fourth day ot August, 1913. garded all over Kentucky as one of unjust onslaught and discrimination, Subscribed and sworn to before me, gether on a State ticket and electa it. Now workers in many State art W. S. TINSLEY, C. O. C. the most eminent jurists on the f call your attention to the fact pointing to West Virginia and sugBy C. O. HUNTER, D. C. He has frequently bench. been that in my state alone .where In 1912 gesting that what It did they caa 49. urged by hundreds of his friends in we raUed more than 143,000,000 A Splendid Feed. It was the example of WeatVIrgiai-whlc- h the Second appellate district to bushels ot wheat, with short crops in caused the fusion movomeat make the race for Judge of the foreign countries, under the provisArab Feed Js a balanced ration" Now 'word conies frosa court of appeals, but has never ions .of this bill our farmers would Contains every product (and no in. Maryland.. given the matter very serious con- lose jn a single year more than $15,- - other) that It takes to make flesh, Massachusetts. Ohio aad Pennsylvania efforts being made to barea-lz- e ' sideration. Judge Sandidge is one ooo.eop." bone and muscle. Will tone up the that the Republican aad Progress? of the most popular Democrats in and increase vitality and Senator Gronna declared that in appetite, Western Kentucky. Despite his ab- discriminating against the farmer the activity. ' Horses are fond ot it and factions in those States are meetlaf sence he iwas ejected president ot Democrats found themselves in tfife will eat It In preference to anyoth-e- r with marked success. If it caa be done In Pennsylvania, where Coljoael the Kentucky State Bar association difficult position of 'having two sets feed. For sale by W. E.'" Ellis, n Roosevelt and Is strong, it at its meeting last month. of reasons Inconsistent with each Produce Merchant, Hartford, Ken will be of special significance. If It The Hon. R. A. Miller, senior mem- other, "using the one or the other as tucky. can be done in Ohio, the home of TKf. ber ot the new flrmrls chief coun the occasion might seem to demand, Taft, in which Col. Roosevelt made-sucsel for the Louisville, Henderson and and that now they are attempting1 to a stirring race, it can be dsae GLEAN UP MILLION St. Louis railroad company. He is use 'both at the same time, elsewhere. also attorney ot the Louisville and removal ot the tariff on "if the d, Nashville, and the Illinois Central farm products Is going to give the QN OKLAHOMA LITS The action of Dan Hanna, ot Clew-lanwho, backed up his advocacy Railroad companies. Frank Malin, the .consumer cheaper goods," he declared, the'; Progressives to the tuae .of $19i,-00- 0 s tariff oa these, produet junior member ot the firm, is a soju- -j "theaV-thlast fall, but who is now deelaV-la-g of Mr. Miner. Before coming gives the producer a better market "Oklahoma Boosters" in Gaudy that he wants to see. a haraioay to Owensboro he was county attorney and the producer is benefited by movement successful, Is bound 6 of Boyd county. He is regarded as one it. On the ohter hand, if, as has Private Car Arrested have a decided effect on leader la of the most capable youngs attorneys been contended, the tariff on farm both the Republican and Pnogres I at the Owensboro bar. products la of no benefit to the pro-for Fraud. ive 'parties, when active work In prepJudge Sandidge will be accom- - ducer of them, it can only be because aration for future campaigns is bepanied to Owensboro by his family, the tariff does not Increase the price gun. The stand taken by Mr. Haasa win oe necessary Tor Governor MCof those products; and if It does "not Philadelphia, Pa., August 5 Com- much attention v.ierjr io iwiuim uis successor in , increase tne price, men wnere i piainta continue to pour in against has attracted and Is regarded as la ot Washington, the Seventh Judicial district. there any excuse for stating that tho boosters," who have significance. e tariff Is going to Deen touring thQ country In a gaud- - unusual the removal of As suggested before, there GOV. F0SS Leaves United States. beneHt the consumer and give him lly furatohed private car, selling lots who have sprung up as Docal cheaDer food?" ' In Oklahoma. leaders since the Progressive party Sensational in the extreme is the, Discussing .. the countervailing duty ' It ta aleEed jJiai the ..Hookers" was organized,, and many who are' official announcement of Governor Prov,8lon ta .,. blu on wheat have collected more than $1,000,000 deeply grounded, la prejudice. In the of 8 timM his machS "0Ur' throughout the country and the Penn- - Republican party ofthe past,- whor taTto rfratvTinoS gX- f will fight any steps toward amalgaIrfeo "" to nH.--. hrf c .,... It - nraonild " nalrt Ml Rrtn- - men have been found iwho have mation. But the real workers, the h hori 'i- bought lots at $350 each, paying $50 men who are unselfish and are lookcratic party would make It possible' w ,ta , tha tamt. ofr and agreeing to pay $10 a ing to the future, will tlnaly, It 1 ' h!Lb! -r- ket for what .1.1 be extendeaTnth IS.1?. believed here, win out In their efforts to form organizations, State aad """ ada. where he can get "better commer 0 local at first, national later .watch cla. laws." He also says that ,300.000. a duS wa Wto will be able to cope with the Demo000 of American capital has already . tho8e whea or on amr a . cratic party -- Wch no, wheat they Department has re- - In Indiana, where the e Reus, which nave no nour C6ivel a letter 7, want to bom rro.m...a W1111?66 publican party is In bad shape, Jane a candidate for the .Democratic nom- - they want to sell us and to which e. Pa.. P. Goodrich, leader of the Republicinatlon for President 'last year, uib u pnnHnlion.tlv trio Iron no iHffprAnCA of flve regents. .of Wilkes-Bar.. ...... .. , . '" X,:.".; cAieer. usia.. , .u- - ans, State chairman, national comsUtement le extradrdlnary. ls "'t 6 vestigate condUIons there. The letter mitteeman,, and a few other thing thatlwhe,t er at ur- doM not pri'nnegw wheat and aid-thTots sold to residents-- o? In the past, istsald to'be'favoraiM I Wllkna-Barrfeet them. n from J200 txt J350 ware to a movement. In fact, harm any legitimate Industry is n'ot "Why, then, should the fact that not worth morQ $25 The Mc. despite tho doleful prophecies and being fulfilled. This vlll be sad news wo are willing to romove our duties for Massachusetts and it may make on these products be any Incentive Aleeter land deai'ta characterized in discouraging comments ot those who the lotter M one of g iggaat frauds wouHd cling to the shadow Instead of the Domocrats in Washington do a to tnem to remove theirsi un tne ever perpetrated In this country, enjoying the substance, the country littlo thinking. Governor Foss does other hand, countries which have w P. Gorauch and Victor Rausch. may look In the future to reconcilnot remove to Canada because he uripnf 4hnv vrlaTi tn flYnrirt In ntlV .!-?ai ti i.j ' iations, amalgamations and fusion prefers that country. On rlbTe quantity to country a sti I success, under whatever name the he does so with great regret, but he ftnd tWa con&lderatloIl al),lUe8 operate. wants to keep hte wheels moving and ,aU to canada.have no market MoadS . . ... . .. 7 can n At do do no In thin nonntrv iinitnr . - .for our wneat; tnoy wm, no ooudi, ,7 ' 7 a Democratic policy. very willingly romove their duties CENTRAL GROVE. lood-gae- ts When the f of orator' op- in return for our admission ot their Aug. 5. Miss Maggie Tlchenor who en In the Senate we shall be interduty." wheat free In Tfct Field. ,. of "" been very sick is Improving nice- - X ested to Jearn how the Democratic T. -Senators wll treat this action by one a8alW't ?,8la' Inof their leaders. Philadelphia M. Au7anr Rowe was surprised sugar, d quirer. llvered an impassioned denunciation The8famy got her to g0 vla. "ing Friday and when she returned Woodward-larie- s. The machinery lot a well on the sugar on His home Sunday tho children and a few Duncan land, near Olaton, and Just was the first speech from within Cards are out announcing the marof the ladles had come with baskets over the Grayson county line, has -riage of Miss Dona Woodward to iMr. vu "-- "' "- weJ1 xuied t0 make her sixth birthday been received, and is being placed in .was reported to the, Byron Coll' us Barnes, ot Beaver, Dam blU a pleasant one for her and from her position. The wedding took place at Youngs-tow- Senate. I owe to the people of my Stato , Ohio, on Wednesday ot this ei ed is' pTesh, which Work has been discontinued on the a far higher measure of devotion week. ' Shaw well, near Dukehurst. on as- Miss Woodward Is the daughter ot Dam0C,;a" tb 'er. ot Hartford, was present and took I . a i t6" I,,mJ l countl oi iuruncu umtuiucij. lirt. t... nui the late C. L. Woodward, who was a 8 J also been discontinued on the Brown his bUl prominent citizen of Ohio county, and demand.tt,at I vote I farm, near Victory schoolhouse, be- .. . tha ntrft ,. . she comes from an old line family while it embodies this provision." ni. cause the water has given out. ot the county. She is talented, and enu presented to her that day aid minority has been a successful teacher for a port dinner that she The drill Is about 1700 feet at the l . sugar bllljin also for such a niceMay number ot years. Mr. Barnes is of the the Sonate on the free God's bless- - Beda well, and work Is progreaiingS? was honored with. Ia 1QI9 t I k m n I nln a.1 ft Tii tf firm of E. P, Barnes & Bro., and Is juij, -- KM Tfutvu mmuuk4UVU l. lli na oil a fha imwor In a satisfactory manner. V" one ot the most prominent business putting sugar on the free Ust was 'not men of tlie, Green River country, and in keeping wish the promises of the , The scarcity of water is hindering I am ready to Insure your horse, to reduce is popular wherever he Is known. Democratic " platforms ' They have the best wishes ot their present protective duties gradually 'jacks, niula and cattle against death operations at the Sarvls Hill wel. . many friends to whom they announce toward aad flaslly to a revenue from any cause, J All ot the producing welU coaitM-t- o El. S3. BIRKHBAD, they wUl be at home at Beaver Dam, basis." show ifi fine. Agt. Ky. Live Stock Ins. Co. "This report was signed by such 62tf. Ky., after August 21. North Dakota Gives His Expense Items. Get-Toget- to-da- y. n has-bee- It. I e w are-man- hnwiw tw,. " "" "" " J "" - E T ..,. .- f " tra?ltrti J nLh"nJhZ y. StmlinSn " " ZJaTi' ;rPoSottlce tlKt TT T,, ? old-tim- ..' S. 7 JgJ J !"""""""""m"1 I til rJ TZ 2? WUT T toJ.ii2arJBtf?.,ta pw.w ., n, Sf S'Jll' ii ajlt ft '' S M t vv Vt - ,,, - . Jt Agfw ,.VMU a AWAi.'w.uft. 4 ( ia t 'fKrfSJa2A .Mat "W'W IMRSW3J AHL1 lUtiMMM fl , GARDEN CLUBS GROWING UGLINESS PUT TO USEFUL PUNK On STEP-UDDE- R ACCOUNT KENTUCK1ANS' Eaay of HOME-COMIN- G PROFIT IN ASPARAGUS One of Most Remarkable Vegetables Grown for Market Ability to Stand Annual Attacks Upon Its Resources Depends Upon Respite Qranted During July and August. (By M. ROBERTS CONOVER) AMAZONS ASKED NO FAVORS 8hown In Illustration It Construction and la Quite Handy About Barn and House. English Club Admitted te Member- hie Only Those Whose Appearenoe Wat Unprepoeeeselnf. A century and a half ago LIvorpooL England, boasted an "Ugly Club," whose motto was "Tetrum ante omnia voltum" an ugly face before all thing. The club minute book covers a period of 11 years. A member bad to be a bachelor with "something odd, remarkable, droll or out of the way la his phis; as In the length, breadth or narrowness thereof, or la the complexion, cast of his eyes, or make of his mouth, lips, chin, etc. of which the majority of the society are to Judge, the president to havo a casting vote." Fines seem to have bnon the chief source of tho "club's which was spent In food and drink at the Exchange coffeo house, where they met. On his admittance to the "Ugly tub" a short descriptive sketch of the new member was entered in tho minute book, and among them we find another claimant o the title of the ugliest man on oarth In "Jos. Farmer, merchant," whose description reads as follows: "Little eyes, ono bigger than ye other; long nose; thin ianthorn Jaws, large upper lip; mouth from ear to ear, resembling a shark's; a rotten -- ett of Irregular teeth which are set off at great advantage by frequent laughing; his visage long nd 'arrow; hla looks upon the whole extraordinary, haggard, odd. comic and In short, possessed ot every extraordinary qualification to render him the phoenix of ye society, as the like won't appear again this 1,000 years." Woman In Dahemeyan Army Com. pelted the Admiration of Their French Conquerors. account ot the An Interesting prowess of the Dahomeyan Amazons, the fomalo furies who fought thn Fronch during their struggle with thn refractory King Dehanzln, is given by Martyn In his book, Mr. Frederic "Life In tho Legion." Tho author, a lormor English officer, enlisted In t.ho Foreign Legion of Franco and saw sharp fighting both In Tonkin and in Dahomey. "Tho turn ot the Senogalese Tlrall- A battatlon of Amv I lours came next. zons attacked them, and gave them n very rough time Indeed, but thn Tirailleurs stood their ground until reinforced by some marlno Infantry. ono who Is inclined to sympa , Any thize with tho Amazons on account of their box can be assured that tlwlr sympathy Is misplaced. Those young j women wero far and away tho b"st "men" In the Dahomeyan army, anil woman to man were quite a match tor any of us. They were armed with Spencer repeating rifles, and mailci much hotter use ot them than the men made of their carbines. For work at close quarters, they had a small, heavy-backechopping sword, or knife, very much like a South American machete. i "They fought like unchained lv mons, and It driven Into a corner, did not disdain to use their teeth ami nails. A marine Infantryman seized and disarmed one of them In this fight, but Bhe was so far from belilj beaten that she turned on hoi-- captor and began to bite his nose off. "Tho uniform of these female warriors was a sort of kilted divided skirt of blue cotton stuff. The garmont barely reached to the kneos. it was supported at the waist by a leather belt that carried tho cartridge pouch-ea- . They wore little or nothing aboro the waist, but on their heads they wore a coquettish red fez, or tarboosh, ornamentod with an eagle's feather. Those women were all exceeding well developed, and some of thorn were handsome In their own way. "Wo of the Legion had a good opportunity of seeing them In action, and wo wore much impressed with their dash and gallantry." Youth's Companion. d .'I n I it A 0 ' m a Tor convenience, there should be a step ladder at the house, one at the ONE MILLION FORMER RE9I two or three of barn Giapfiri Girls of Louisville sizes and the orchard. Step different DENTS INVITED TO ATTEND ladders for GREAT CELEBRATION. built on the plan as shown In the cut, ' Usi Vacant Lots. are easy of construction and require but little material to make them very For use about the bouse, ma-- I RAILROADS OFFER LOW RATES i stout necessary. FROM AN EXPERT. . terlal aas follows Is two and one-hal-f To make ladder that Is I feet long and three feet high, (which Perry's Y'ctory on Lake Erie, Battle Is tall enough for washing windows, of Thames and Massacre of River OiiWtren Taught to Help Furnish Their hanging curtains and arranging picRaisin To Be Reproduced In FireVegetables. tures about the bouse) will take, 5 Omn Tablet With Fresh works and Sham Battles. feet long for fWha la Spreading to Country Town. pieces, 1x6 Inches, 2 kind Kcntuck-lan- s vduw Men and Women In Cloe the steps, 4 pieces same some of maOne million expatriated strips terial for the legs, and and their children, even to tho Onnlact With Growing Things. upon which the steps will rest. The fourth and fifth generations, have "S continual cry, "Hack to the soil," been Invited to return to Louisville to participate In the Perry's Victory Centtcitf fas heard In the newspapers nnd riMSpaJncs Is kecpluK the attention of tennial Celebration, to be held In that city seven days, beginning September iple In the country as well ns tito 29. Those particularly Invited are the thtun in the city fixed on gardening descendants of Kentucky soldiers and Harming. This Is not only true of iPn sailors of the War of 1812, and it is fju: omall town und the back country, estimated that 75 per cent of natlvo-bor- n finirt rt In also tine of our big cities, for Kentucklans and the descendants Bint u sard on clubs are growing In of those born In Kentucky In the past and In numbers each season. century ate eligible to participate In Tain riiff the city of Louisville such a celebration. Approximately one a home garden club that million peoplo now living In other nnvong men. women nnd states are Included in the "list of thoe tf'ktfCtwn, and especially the children. ' Plank Step Ladder. tm?ut toe imsbed. That the work might strips for the middle steps should Invited." The purpose of the Louisville celeand that definite results might IjMfittaJnd, vacant lots were secured reach across as shown In the drawing, bration is to commemorate not only yS various points and model gardens this braces the legs and prevents them Perry's victory on Lake Erie but all I spreading when In use. other events of the war ot 1812. HowFor use about the barn. Two lad-- 1 ever, In particular honor of Comma- ders of this model, may be used as trestles by placing a piece of 2x8 inch SAW NO USE IN WORRYING stuff, six or eight feet long on them when used as in making farm gates, I Philosophic Colored Man Reaaoned etc., and shorter pieces for ordinary Calmly Over the Whereabouts work. .Many uses will be found for of the Missing Augustus. these ladders about any well arranged farm home. J. W. O. About a mile below Mississippi City tsssF MaassflssBBBBBSissBSSBBRkP H we met a colored, man-o- n the highway DRESS SQUABS FOR MARKET 'vfemlssVt ShBHW who asked If we had seen a colored boy about six years old as we came After Penetrating Brain With Sharp along. Upon our replying In tho negKnife Bird la Allowed to Bleed ative he scratched his head and lookThoroughly. ., t .ssssssssLLBaw. ed pilzzted and said: "Dat Augustus was playln' round (By MICHAEL. K. BOYER. New Jersey.) 'bout an hour ago, an' wbar bo has One-hadozen or more squab are dun disappeared to is mo' dan I kin hung on the rack at one time. The telL Reckon It's no use to worry." wings of each are then locked, which CrC SSSSSSSSSBV lie walked beside us till he came to is done by drawing the wings closely .MJEAlssssssBftSPf; his cabin, which was Betting on the 'srisYXJiessMessnisrTLi together In the back, allowing one i i edge ot a bayou, and on tho shore of i.AfeiMEKR5S3K.P' wing to overlap the other. It holds the bayou lay four or flvo alligators " them firmly and causes no pain. basking In the sun. The mouth of the squab is held open JIOitK OA1WKN CLUB UIIUJS. "Don't alligators ever oat children?" I GOVERNOR ISAAC SHELBY, OF with thn thiimh nnrf flrt flnppr of thn queried tbe.colonel after a look at the L,itu-w- . J. Jn who uiiu prucucu ex- - ,eft nmjd tQe head and Bhoulder8 be. KENTUCKY GuMfe ws. engaged to take charge ,ng held ,n the left hand wlth a knlfo Who In person led the victorious forces reptiles. "Yes, sah, dey does." work and Is now busy moving ,Q the rignt and the bIade la ,n8erted ..ix. Jtt In the Battle of the Thames. "Then they might havo oaten your cSmn Jtaoe to Place suggesting plans tnrough the cr0WQ of the head pene. dors Perry a special attraction In the Augustus." aactbods ly which the children toting the brain "Yes, sah, so dey might, HI dar, LinfunlMli their own tables with m operator releases hla Louisville celabratlon will be the reAt once TOgvUMe fresh from their own gar, , sp and aows the b,rd to b,eed union of the Perry family, regardless da." of kinship. Everybody came to the door His 2f' flhoto which accompanies this thoroughly before starting to pluck the of "Perry" will be Invitedbyto'the name swer towife call, and he said: In an2Ta this spehis reathera cial entertalnmont and those who ex"Linda, mebbe dent 'gators got Auimete' wa taken on the outskirts of B th; t,m(J about ha,f a dozeQ of pect to attend are requested to notify gustus." 0 blrds nave been Btabbed the first Gu-Ji- : fcavj a model four plot gar-- , Edwin Perry at the Louisville head"Mebbe doy has!" she repllod. haa bIed BUfflclenUy to be ready quarters. kled "Same as dey got Jupitor an' Moses . i for picking. The squab Is then re-. . ,, , The Kentucky Association, which an' Washington." moved from the rack and held in the has In charge the Louisville eclobra-tion- . "Yes." rt&Mi ?ie jueu and women of tomoirow bands while plucking the feathers. given an order for a quarter "Wall, I ain't gwlne to hunt round Ei? sgfctas tuein uu uuderstaudlng and This method is said to be the most of a has ;:-wtmillion ancestry certificates to be no mo'. If Augustus went up de road, which can only come through rapid, it being found that from 100 to :?oeyratact with the soil und grow-J- i: 150 squab can thus be dressed in a handsomely engaved, and which will he'll git hungry an' cum back; if he be filled In and given away as souve- went fisbln' In de bayou an' do 'gators t&Lattsz. Education lsx gradually day by a good operator. o -nirs to descendants of Kentucky sol-- ' got him,-deiHrtaSMa a rational use ofbooks and fur good; an' Some pigeon men believe in holding dlers and sailors ot the War of 1812. we her only 'leven chlllen left to git Cutter t9 of Hie life which the child bird while killing, but it has been ijkuidn the garden. In the home, and the that birds held do not bleed so Another entertainment In their hon- frew to summer on!" jioerillu sklen. It means an cdiicn-v- proven banging, owing to or will be a mammoth reception, at thoroughly as nat makes red blood throb In the fact that whenhand more or less which refreshments will be served and Children and Tuberculosis.' the 'Veins; It means an education Germany fought the potato boetle by compresses the fine veins, thus retard opportunity provided for public addresses. For the few remaining actual teaching her school children before the rftsrt floe filings In .... the everyday ing the flow of blood. . .. 4 MAn..,. .... It sons daughters banquet will ' 'J JC ."1U,J Ve:UHW lunl uu When a bird is not sufficiently bled- given.andA great balla will be given be plague came Just what It looked like, In and Just how hungry It would make 5f t shows itself in blisters. These blis- the First Regiment Armory, v!S.5 that fits the child men,l? eation which has peasant children if allowed to gain a for life. tors are red blotches that form on the a capacity or 20,000 for them. In the empire. backs of the birds, and which develop Forty per cent of the white male foothold by the time the carcasses reach the American educators are fighting an "BACK TO THE SOIL" population ot Kentucky engaged in the immeasurably greater plague in a market. War of 1812, consequently forty They are teaching Fresh water should be given twice cent of the succeeding generation per similar way. Afwmwnt Can Be Aided by Modern were school children the meaning and the dally, but only the very best of grain. really ideals and Methods. bods and daughtera ot that war, menace ot tuberculosis. They are 'WhtiStoit to better rural conditions Avoid damaged stuff. and, estimating that one-hal-f ot them telling lads and lassies in a thousand Do not fail to bear in mind that the 4wM4ilig a fundamental problem of fn Intermarried with families which did niktricau life. The "hack to the soil" profit ia derived only from the mated not participate in the war, sixty per schools how the white plague is spread, how it can be avoided, how pairs. zi?fitat(un cuu have little permanent cent of the third generation were when taken in time it can be cured. we go hack to the tiller of -- Cffti aaiU grandchildren of the war, and In simWhen thechildreQ.. thus taught Whitewash In Dairy Barn. ul with the inHiiritloii und en- rtiie ilar manner 'at' least seventy-fivper of modern ideals Hii'd; Pr. Marshall; a Pennsylvania- insti- cent and probably as high as ninety grow to manhood and womanhood it , fjj&j&iiuMut will be less easy to rent death-tratute speaker, says that whitewashing per cent ot tuoMxHlH. We unist curry the message the fourth and Incoming and barns should be done for iuAtvty fertile alley anil to every of dairy of general sanitation, but fifth generations are descendants of rooms than sellIs milk from tuberculosis cows today. It BUHfciaUi side; we miixt get bud; from the sake Kentucklans who fought In that war, siiiv; Kivled roads ami the steam mid thu main point In the fight against It Is estimated that in the state of ita!c Unes; wc iiiiimI reach the little tuberculosis is the elimination of the Kentucky alone one million ment womReduced Cost of Dressing. hchoolhotiscs. "Hero's the latest scheme to beat tlie country dark stables and filthy stall condi- en and children are eligible to particiLftufuliw und every oilier imeucy that tions. pate in the proposed reunion, and it the high cost of being well dressed," When clean methods ia t:ifa foe u Miurce of help. Wo can give tho keeping of cows, be are used the Is estimated that another million now said a Fifth avenue milliner, accordadvises Tt.'aK k.'h(iolt'nclur and Hie Itinerant living outside of Kentucky aro eligible ing 10 the Now York Sun. "Sis women came to my shop together, picked yi.i'ii.alr u broailur viewpoint and use of a compound made from one to participate. Ovnixw hiteivst In the welfare of their pound of chloride of lime and five During the week ot the celebration over the stock till they found six bats, an Interest deeper liecuuie gallons of whitewash, which, when In Louisville spectacular tree events, each of which suited the fancy ot all put on tho walls and stable partitions, Including jreme .prncticul and more hopeful. of the features on a mammoth six. Then each paid :hv aun.t we rest, with this. A strlk-ii- acts as an effective preventive of dis- scale not heretofore given with any total bill and the hats were, sent to tfaiur of tlie new movement Is ease. American celebration, will be provided six addresses, no two In the Bame 9)utieruilnod effort to show the liusl-y:every afternoon and evening. Pilgrim- part of town. I learned latqr that the Breeding Immature Ewes. man In the city that he has a ages to notable historic scenes or In- hats were shitted at the end ot a week jxuitt of intimate contact with the A good many sheop owners practice terest may be made in the mornings. and so on till each woman bad applan of breeding ewe lambs, In addition to free attractions there peared in six new hats in six weeks. tTwruMsr that iir mutual help Is to he the which is a poor practice from any wilt be scores of the highest priced By that time each woman's friends rAUMl advuntnge for Inith. These immature ewes amusement concessions that can be se- had forgotten the hat she'd worn six Ik luied standpoint. W tlku this work because It weoks before and the six shifts cquld uu omuhuI social lluVx. It Is In liar- - cannot bo reasonably expected to cured on tho American continent. supThe railroads In a radius of 600 be made again, and so on till the Tin(y with the lliiest Ideals of the time. ply strong, vigorous lambs and good animals that will make a ITJuvet in iniiiieiihe satisfaction to miles of Louisville have been asked season was (jver or the etyle changed." growth and develop into profitable to make a rate for the celebration in dudlug tlie old state feeders, and at the same time reach a week and Immediately preceding and a place of leadership in an How to Tell Values. so splendid and so promts-ttea- c desirable degree of development and following that week of one cent a mile. "When you have to buy goods ot Railroads running,, out of Louisville which you are not a Judge," said a Kdltorlu! In Louisville Heruld, maturity themselves. probably will give low rates to other man of experience, "why not be guidHog Sheds. points In Kentucky, so that former by the manufacturer's private valuHog sheds need not be expensive, Kentucklans who live a great distance ed ot them I" ' How to Aid Schools, they should be dry, tight enough can visit their old homes as well aa ation but "How are you going to get It?" he pyblic schools are nor what they to exclude rains and snows, and also attend the Louisville celobratlon. was asked. M by any means mainly be- - capable of being well ventilated in Local committees are preparing aa "Easily. For example, on underf the disinterestedness of the summer when tho weather is hot and 1812 museum, ia which they solicit the wear look at the buttons; on bottled Is absolutely shade Is needed. loan of any souvenir or relic of the tuff look at the corks; on caused UM1MMM7 If you would 'bare a success-ttU- J War ot 1812, providing the transpor- goods look at the tins. No manufaccfcal taught lu your community. Pave the Feed Lot. tation at their expense, and guaran- turer uses cheap buttons, cheap corks 'your Interest by visiting your Sttwvr It ia far more profitable to pave the teeing that articles loaned tor the or cheap tins for good articles. No acquainted with the teach- feed lot than to sacrifice the catUe in week will be returned to owners, This Manufacturer uses good buttoas.good aa well a bar a halt-feims, ,era her wtrpu condition. museum for the time being will un- corks or good, tins for worthless stuff. Mti'M.lwr uaderatand that vaJcaalat doubtedly be the moat valuable celiac- - Uitae sane way yea eaa get the Bakxae cnuurea uei 2jmi Makea the Lambs Grow. Uoa la Aaeriea, er's private valuatloa of hi warts la i taew mat you piace r. Ytiue upoi Clover and alfalfa bay and corn will ouay other lines." wort-Be- ery OUtae. grow laasbi to beat the baad. mm. rev-enu- e, 1tt tw4l llaBBBBBBBBHI aaBBBBVHHHKxffH lt fssssssssssssssC . I FV'" i "r ho's-gwln- -. v-a- Z -- ZT , e , p (iHfa-We- one-sixt- h pro-duc- o Ot d Many newspapers aro hasty In announcing the dlscovory in Germany of some method of treatment nioro ot less new, and not Infrequently ml- public Is given the Information through the failure to keep In mind the actual meaning of one Ilttio word. Tho German word kur does not mean "euro." although It Is not an un-- . common thing to flud it so translated 1 Into English. "To cure" In English means "to restore to health; to effect a cure;" hut in other languages It means merely to apply "a method of remedial treatment of disease; medical or hyglenla care; method of medical treatment" The Oerman word for "restoration to health" Is hellung, not kur. Tho Latin word cura means merely "care," a, shade ot meaning which Is HANDY TOOL FOR GARDENERS preserved In the derived term "curator." An Italian physician was reImplement Can Easily Be Made of Old cently made to say, when his artlclo d Shovel Used for was translated Into English, "I cured Pulverizing Soil. ton typhoid patients last month and six ot them died." What he really A handy garden tool for pulverizing said was that he had treated tea the soil can be made of an old From the Journal of the AmerI shovel, as shown by Popular ican Medical Association. Mechanics. Heat the shovel and flat- I Gladstone on Disraeli. O. A. Storey, A. R. A., records a touching Incident he witnessed at the Academy banquet ot 1881 In London. When a portrait for which Beacons-fiel- d had sat to Mlllala shortly before bis death was among the exhibit. "This unfinished work, pale and evon ghastly, was In one Of the side gal) lories. Gladstone, catching sight or Soil Pulverizer. the picture, went and stood in front of ten it out, drill boles about 2 Inches it. No one disturbed him. At A the end of the apart and rivet spikes In them. feast Gladstone rose, board with large nails, having a long and in the finest and tnost feeling tone, will also answer the delivered a panegyric on the great v handle attached purpose, but not so well as the shovel. man who had passed away. In a voico clear and sympathetic and full of emoDanger of Feeding Moldy Corn. tion, be told us of hlB admiration for Moldy corn will produce blind stag- tbe sterling qualities ot tbe man who, gers in horses, and it should never though opposed to him in politics, was be ted to them. Every year there in no other senso an opponent Ho ia considerable trouble with this dis- spoke as only one generous in heart ease In the west, and in almost ev- and of broad and great mind could ery case the cause is moldy corn. If speak ot another great man who had this corn does not produce blind stag- passed away. The speech surpassed gers it will tend to Injure tbe phys anything I ever heard." London ical condition ot the animal. So don't Chronicle. feed it, and be careful about pasturing the horses In. stalk fields where Just One Little Thing Wrong. there Is moldy corn. The late John H. Twachtman, tbe well known landscape painter, was Cars of Colt's Feet . essentially an "artists' artist," In tnat Keep the feet ot the colt in proper his 'style appealed more "to hla col-- J shape by tbe use ot the rasp. They leagues of tho art world than to the should be leveled at least as often as lay public. Any with) once a, month. Their feet should be tbe man and his one familiar work would say thatj cleaned' frequently with a toot pick. the following Incident, which Is reWhen they become packed with filth lated of. him, might, easily be true: in tfaecrevlces between, the frog and A man who bad bought one of tbe soles thsy are pretty sure to become artist's paintings wished his oplnloni affected with thrush. oa the hanging ot the picture and! Invited him to diae. Mr. Twachtman Reducing feed Cost. expressed his approval of tbe back Attention to feeding with respect ground, ot tbe height at which the, to the feed Itself and to the method will reduce the cost ot .horse power .canvas was hung, pronounced the; light favorable Indeed, he said, then required to do the farm work. was only one particular ia which be would suggest any change. , Raise Your Own Horses. "And what is that?" inquired hbu While It ay pay any farmer to liost solicitously. bur heavy work horses, It, will pay "Why," said, the artist. "r rfbouW; him still better to breed then ea bis "m: H the. ether side up. I always own farsa. ." Evorvborfy'j Makazlne. Long-Handlea. long-handle- Asparagus Is one ot the most remarkable of vegetables grown for the market In that it endures over two months of steady drain by dally cuttings and yet the bed Is a source of profit to its owner for a number of years. Its ability to stand these annual attacks upon Its resources, however, Is nut miraculous, but depends upon Its resplto during July and August. During tbeso warm months with the right amount of moisture and plant food the roots regain what Is lost and for the first few years a well grown bed more than makes up the loss Its yield being on the Increase from year to year. Attacks of disease, a prolonged period of cutting, dry weather, or any condition which deprives the plants ot this seaaon of growth lessens the subsequent productiveness ot the bed. Tillage and proper feeding are the means with which the asparagus grower must reinforce it. As soon aa the cutting seaaon is over July first for the mature beds and June first for the planting the ridges aro plowed down and a good fertilizer applied over the crowns. One successful grower usos a dressing ot 450 pounds of nitrate of soda, 250 of muriate ot potash mixed with l.'JOO pounds of ground bone applied at the rate of 800 pounds to the acre after cutting. A previous dressing of 800 pounds to the acre bofore cutting is essential. After covering with thn fertilizer the bed Is left nearly level until a vigorous stand of spears has developed. Tho soil la cultivated every few days. When the graceful, feathery foliage haa fully developed the soil should bo thrown toward the plants from time to time by shallow furrows on either side. This ridge of earth thus formed serves to support the long stems and protect the roots. Asparagus-bed- s require a quantity of humus in the soil In order that the plant may avail Itself of the necessary food elements. Somo growers plant such soiling crops as ryo or clover, sowing the seed with the last cultivation In the tall and cutting It up with a cutaway barrow In the spring. The most popular method of supplying the humus, in many asparagus growing localities, is by dressing with compost, using ten tons and upward to an acre. A deep furrow Is made between tho rows and the manure spread up. It being covered by a furrow. Careful growers advocate applying this compost between ovcry other couple of rows, giving the alternate spaces the manuring the next year. This plan gives all the plants access to the manure, but disturbs only halt of the root system each year by the deep furrowing. three-year-ol- GERMAN "KURS" NOT "CURES" Error of Translator Causes a Medi cine's Value to Be Overestimated. ... I I 1 ' ii ; t H tt - aV :2Km$SmlUMKKmB'jL ' tLkbjfamj&2D&-- i r f " r urn i i - -- - "- - --- I- - N tyjBiMSCTWsgavJi IrHrffffff'P"''1 lA.nW wWssasBBBBsnW- . fe. a iirn in- ' Awwun,,,, rf- -t ,, assssssssl i jSGsGvvwssssfrSGSfrfyy;g DANRURY'S Bet All LOUISVILLE Poultry Supply Co. 305 East Market GIG E His Savings on a Rank Outsider With the Usual Result. 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Write to Principals for catalogue. pj J Danbury saw that the man was lying In the middle of the road, In Imminent danger of being run down by the whirling automobiles that followed stream. each other In a never-endinHo shook lilm, but the man did not Then, lifting him In Ills respond. arms, the young American carried him to the side of the highway and laid him down under a tree. Automobiles and carriages streamed past them, but ho one stopped to no tlcc the recumbent man. For this was at Kempton Park, and one of tho classic races of the year was to be run. All the fashionable folk of England had turned out for the racing, and all the unfashlonablea of the. district, afoot, on horseback, In pony carta and behind donkeys, men, women and babes, a shouting, whooping mob. The man bad evidently fainted; there was no smell of liquor upon bis breath. He was elderly, thin, gaunt, Leaving him there, Dan-burran to a public house near by and bought a flask of brandy and some sandwiches. Returning, he tried to force the liquor between tho man's tefctta, but .he clinched his jaws. "No, no!" he muttered, beginning to 'revive. "I promised my dying mother that I would never touch liquor. Food, for heaven's sake!" He munched the sandwiches and presently seemed so far re covered as to sit up. He stared at bis rescuer. "Have they run tho Victoria stakes yet?' he Implored. "Not, I believe, till three o'clock," Danbury answered. "Then help me to the course. It's a matter of thousands." He looked at g wild-lookiny 5 g 9 ma ma i t m "Ivl t"len J t klrtVi--' si COURIER - JOURNAL ! 1913. De-bu- : ikVR cafmmnY t t For You can not keep posted on current events .unless you read the CURIE R- - JOURN AL Louisville, Ky. HENRY ATERSON, Edutok the Odd on Sliver Kha. thoughtfully. "Help me there ry and I'll show you what an old man's .gratitude meant." Half .an hour later they were seated "by the side as near the track as they Whti pounds left, and I borrowed two hun dred more. I didn't spend anything on food. A loaf of broad Is all l'vo had the last five days. Because, you see sir, two hundred and fifty pounds e placed on a shot meant ten thousand if he wins. A fartuni for mo and a peaceful old age for 811 ver King. And he can't lose. But II you hadn't saved me when I was lylnf upon the road that rascally bookie who has my stake might havo welched Let's go over and keep an eye on him.' He started toward a tall man in a white hat who, standing on a sfbol was shouting the odds. The horses were at the s'tarting gate. "Do you want to C6me In?" asked the did follow, stopping short. "A hundred pounds will net you four thorn and. A thousand will net you forty thousand. And nobody knows but us. It's tho chance ef a lifetime but there, I'm a fool to glvo It away." Danbury had flvo hundred the balance of all he had put asldo for his European tour. Visions of wealth flashed through his brain. Twentyj thousand one hundred thousand dollars What would not that mean to him! "You're dead sure?" he queried. "I'll I'll wager four hundred." "And you'll never regret It, eon," answered the old man, and dragged him up to the bookmaker. "Last chance!" tho latter yelled. "Five to one Blackberry; six to one Aesop; ten to ono Lauderdale, High Hock. Whltefoot " "What's the odds on Silver King?" queried the elder man. "Fifty to one," answered the bookmaker briskly. "Want to make a bet? It's a sporting chance there's worse horses has won. Four hundred?" Ho took the money and ecrlbbled a memorandum In bis book, banding Danbury the stub. "Too late, gtnts! They're off!" he yelled to the surrounding crowd. Danbury turned, tense, with excite ment, to see the horses racing down the field. Blackberry, the favorite, was leading, but the rest were pressing him hard. Silver King was trailing in the rear, but his shoulders seemed to heave with energy. He was biding his time, anyone could see that "He'e winning," yelled the old man at Danbury's side. "He'll lag behind until they come up the home stretch, and then look look!" Blackberry had fallen back and Silver King had passed three of his competitors. Danbury had forgotten the old man now. It is the most fascinating thrill in the world to see your horse race up the course toward the winning post. A roar went up. Blackberry was in the lead again. And Silver King hadi fallen to the rear. The horses quick ened their stride., Blackberrywas edging away from all. And poor old Silver King fell further and further away. He tailed away, his withers rocked like a boat In a storm, and as the yells of thousands showed that Blackberry had romped home Silver King came toiling along, last of the field. When Danbury, stunned by his loss, tamed round, the old fellow was no longer at his eide. The. bookmaker was also gone. A little mob of winners waa hunting for him with yells of rage. But Danbury never saw either of them again. forty-to-on1 -- CELEBRATION IN LOUISVILLE i Security Life1. . Insurance KENTUCKY METROPOLIS WILL COMMEMORATE INCIDENT8 IN WAR OF 1812. Co,l X HUNDRED YEARS OF PEACE Rattle Which Kentucklans Won and Massacres In Which They Suffered Will Be Reproduced In Fireworks and Shams on Land and Water. j ' led out of their paddocks. The old fellow stared at ach as lie went past. poor-lookin- g ftre 'the Tace. The horses bad 'been could get. It was fifteen asl-nt- es be WEEKLY COURIER-JOURNA- L "There?" be cried, as animal went by. "TCiat's Silver King. He's 'being quoted at forty to one a Tank outsider. And he'll win he's mine." "That horse is yours?" ejaculated AND HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Both One Year for ' -- 3 $1.5 0. al al : Begular price of Weekly Courier-Journ- : ! : $1.00 a year. We can also make a special rate on Daily or in combiSunday Courier-Journnation with this paper. IO ue? Auvnniac ui inis Cut Rate. Orders Must Be Sent to Us Not to r.mirSer-.Iourttii- L : 3T Danbury. "Mine, every Inch of him. And now I'm going to make your fortune," replied the other. "'Listen I" "Tea years ago Silver King was a Derby winner. Never mind what hie same was then. He was mine, and I iron ninety thousand pounds on htm. Jt went In wine, women and song squandered, sir, as easily 'as it came. I lost everything: I lost Silver King. He was sold to a millionaire. But his Jockey misused him and he wouldn't run. At last he was sold again as a hackney, then he became a carriage horse, and finally I lost sight of him. "But I never ceased looking for and at last I found him. Three months ago, sir, I discovered him breaking bis brave heart betweeq the shafts of a hansom cab. I bought him for ten guineas cash. I had just the world. I a hundred pounds In and barn In a rented a little cottage wild part of Essex, and there I trained him. Twelve years old be is xoaay, g and at first it was a task. But I knew that Silver King had beta the fleetest horse la Bmjlaod. and though bis heart bad been broken by his Indignities bis old master could V mend It, -Day by day I raced him until bis limbs had grown supple aala. He kaew.mt.from the, first; we laved each other asonIytavbdrse;and a man can loTt. And be kaew that I was trytag to recoup mr fortunes aa well -- a to retain his reputation. Oftea I thought the task was impossible, but I persevered. And at lest Ue y came when I knew that I bad agato eme et the swiftest ateea- - la ftta eeairtry. He ata't sweat took at. to he, 4r. atoeartl)Hr as aaestiy heart-breakin- OJB1 h . .tWtUH. llkOML MtMlMki:CkMHr - HUit'Kt tU Is MM t t la to bea. Bt there tters4eaa et thee abselasia. aa J asm I aaew aa why saewMa A week's celebration, which Louis-- 1 vllllans declare will be the greatest and most spectacular In the history of celebrations In America, will be j held In the Kentucky metropolis for seven days, commencing September i 29, and will be the climax of a series of celebrations held In a dozen laKe cities, to commemorate the sufferings and victories of American arms In the War of 1812 as well as on the achieveto focus attention ments of a century of peace. The crucial and decisive engagement of the War of 1812 was the battle of the Thames, fought and won on Canadian soil October 5, 1813. The series of celebrations, which will be held in America will close In Louisville, October 5, 1913, and Just one hundred j ears from the hour that Col. Itlchard M. Johnston, afterward Vice President of the United States, slew the Indian chief Tecumseh1, President Woodrow Wilson will probably be addressing a crpwd of 100,000 people In Louisville, the home of many of the troops who fought In the battle of the Thames. Kentucky was assigned the closing and choice date of the celebration because of the distinguished part played by the Kentucklans In the War of 1812. Kentucky began to play her part In the generation before the war opened, when she sent Gen. George Rogers Clark and other Louisville soldiers Into the hostile wilderness which they wrested from the French and Indians and out of which was afterward carved the great States ot Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin and Michigan. Kentucky was the last state which could have benefited from the war, inasmuch as it was brought about chiefly by the British Impressment of American seamen, none ot whom were Kentucklans, whereas should war prevail the unfriendly Indians on the frontier of the border states could be expected to commit atrocities from which Kentucky had already received the name "Dark and Bloody Ground." However, it was chiefly Henry Clay, In ( the Kentucky Congressional Delegavj Hon that forced President Madison to declare the second war with Great Britain, and Kentucky furnished for ty per cent ot, her fighting population to go into that war and at the close of the war of 'the listed dead more than eighty per cent were .the names of Kentucklans. Kentucky troops to a man were massacred at the River Raisin and again at the first attack on Fort Meigs. When the time came to man Perry's ships, he selected Kentuck CopyrlfOt. IMS, by "W. G. Chapman.) lans unaccustomed to the motion o: to mount Into the Insecure NEW YORK A BILLIONAIRE the lakes rigging and from that vantage point, with their practiced eye and unerring Vatae ef "Parka of th Metropolis Soon aim, fired down upon the British and May Equal the City's Funded won the battle or Lake Erie. PracDebt. tically every officer and soldier In the ot the Thames was a Kentuck-ian- , , battle "William A. Prendergast. comptroll-rexcepting alone Gen. William submitted to the commissioners ot Henry Harrison, who, however, held the sinking fund a schedule ot Gjpo his commission as Major-Generfrom parcels of property owned by the city the Kentucky legislature. The, charge of New Tork, aggregating In value of the Forlorn Hope, about the brief41,'300,000,000. This schedule shows est, most terrible and most heroic atthat the corporation of the city of tack narrated in the annals of warNew York is the wealthiest In the fare, consisted exclusively of Kencountry, and Is the largest holder of tucky soldiers when nineteen ot them real estate within the limits of its and their twenty horses went down jurisdiction. to certain death. It was the KenThat the city has been a shrewd or tucky sharpshooters who are credited fortunate speculator in city properties with having' won the battle of New is proved by a number of Interesting Orleans after the war had in reality facts of record. For instance, one closed. Kentucky proposes to reproduce Peter Stuyresant and his wife, in 1636, conveyed what is now Stuyves-an- t most ot these scenes of the war of Park to the city for 5. The pres-en- t 1812 In the Louisville celebration. The assessed valuation ot the property battle ot the Thames will be reprois $1,860,000. Tompkins Park, now duced on land in Cherokee Park, to assessed at $3,000,000, was acquired by pographically situated similar to the the city in 1834 for $93,000. Mount land on which was fought the battle Morris Park, now valued at $7,500,000, of the Thames, and every detail of cost the city less than $26,000. Bow- the .sham battle will be as nearly ling Green, which was once rented for historically correct as can be done. two pepper corns a year, Is now as- Louisville will take advantage of her magnificent river frontage In order sessed at $1,735,000. to celebrate suitably the battle of Considering the present extraordinary value of Central Park, some of Lake Krle. The actual battle will be the adjacent property on Fifth ave- depicted In a gorgeous entertainment nue being assessed at $6,000 a front of fireworks and all morning and all foot, and the constantly Increasing afternoon preceding the engagement life saving valuo of tho 7,500 acres of city parkB there will be boat races, A historical by reason of the city's growiug popu- feats and aquatic sports. various scenes ,ot lation, It Is not Improbable that with- pageant, depicting will 1812 also Include a in a few years the parks alone will the war of floral parade, such as present magnificent offset In value the entire made Louisville famous a year ago, funded debt of the city. and will include civic and. military parades many miles in length. Diills Vitus a Turkey TrotUrf and exercises by 10,000 costumol If Gerald du Maurler is to be be- sckool children will be held la tho " the "turkey First Regiment Armory; a mammo'.h lieved, the trot" and the other ragtime dahoea reception (will be given to the deseeae- are only, variations ot tlw.otdeffedfnce eelS oi JBMjytaj;. uiuii hiiuib la the world,' that earned after BV of the war ot 181$, and, a aeries, of sVitus fto de not care to iaderli);thl costumed-batlwill "sWln' tW J ' asserttamoi-aa- d, but Ai Wke possi-M- e ao-otea future historian wffi Kxceedlngly lew railroad rates, mania for; rag- probably 'as low as one eeet per mile, the lat time from lanca the same from a dlstaaee et several hundred as' we leek en the TaraaUem er 'danc- miles of Louisville, will be granted ing ma-- la et the middle and esJerts arej beH made to seeurt ' " sates (ram I' ' we-.!si)v,) new-hewn Not the oldest not the biggest but the STRONGEST in surplus security to policyholders. Highest ratio, of us- setstoliabiljtiesamong' all the established life insurance companies in America. Everything, absol u tely gu aranteed . No estimates. should carry a guaranteed policy in t h i s strong company. W. - -- p . IUIEDRICK,.- - Ilartfor.f X A. S. TANNER, - OwensBar. HAVE YOUR SUITS Cleaned f Pressed speciafattention ing neatly done.. Ladies work gives Repairing and Dye- delivered. Club Hats Cleaned atui Repaired. work calletf for anc month.. rate $1.00 r Hartford Pfes&iDf, GJ.i, Y. M. O. Al BKD&r- - HAETFORD, KY. KILLthc COUCH AN! CURE thc LUI WITH Dr. King's, t mw Di F0nG8l!8l tAW QVAMJkWtMXD 'K9'.w eMi: ' ALL THROAT ANaMUM o xov-- rr Uhm LmmnOlltmmmt Smvmm Fvmmt KotWng Is more Important a tbe noma ttian clear., steaisar this llsbt Insure euros bx settuus clear. the ou that without a -I- cketi down tw clean eniylraak the lait drop. crude oil refined to perrctla- Costs no more than the t ok wagon kind saves MOtt-- X saves WORK saves eyes. Your dealer has SOL.1TB OZX In barrels direct from o- -r works. ' Chas. C. SfoO Ofl Cb. LelsvlIlc.lQM Refinery at Warren, Tsfc. We eell the celebrated! "B Cart" Auto OH. a TME NEW UNDER ANY MACWUMK QUAixnru. NOT SOLD tt OTHER NAME. HOME '!' unm v "oae-Btep,- r1. W ARRANTEOj PWAU, UyoupurchaM tbeNKW WMxweSI have a lis- - --vet -f- cta price rmnr, aaai not have a endless casta ll re-ya- rd s Jta-dpo- ac. -- Atm-tt- o, -in- ---i- toaiftiaaibrei'tbeveMi''ard- EM4ftM4i-t- - r "mi Mu?i.irwm:vmTjisN i - e glared detaaUr at Daabary, his miles aewif, a eempare"wWTee far ftsW ett fate aM aaalTar wHb eageraeas., ea-- taws-a- d uiirn ikrw yea -Wm I. hired a'.jeehey'aaa-tofe- e! Stan ;"7ir Ke-h- ?3$!$ Hma. ,SBLLi km '" a'beeie .jQjpmpSmFmQPB'lmYPPBBaaHsxf -; ' 'Tl--t te'vaWimteV ." il ' , , vmmu. it. , Lv-g-A-- W' v; L.V4j j, M xJxxaza-xiaBr- mr y , . aa'ay '! j VT . r Breckinridge County Fair Hardinsburg, Ky August the State. 19, 20 and 21, 1913 Three bio days of amusements, profit and pleasure. A clean, moral, agricultural exhibit. Something to suit the taste of everybody. Don't miss seeing the exhibit from the State Experiment Station. This will be instructive to everyone who sees it. Our premium list this year justifies the statement, that at Hardinsburg you will see the finest collection of stock of any county fair in LOUIS GERTSON, World's Most Will make two flights each day of the fair. This alone will be worth the price of admission. Special rates on the railroad each day. Trains stop at the fair grounds Famous Aviator WRITE FOR CATALOGUE. Hartford Republican. Ectertd according to law at tht Pottcffice cond mall natter ol the Hartford, Kj., elsaa, J. M. SKILLMAN, er, wounding shoulder. him slightly In the Secretary. Baseball Dope. both teams was comiosed of the ular second team boys. , One of u a sworn itimlzed statement of expenses after the primary. Other necessary amendments are menitoned In the ProgressUe and Republican plat form. THOMAS FIGHTS WITH DOORKEEPER Ketucky Congressman Cuts House Employe No first team men, but tho majority of reg, C. M. BARNETT, J. NEY FOSTER E0IT0RS Dissatisfied Democrats. Two of the leading Democrats of northern Iowa are opposed to the Address all communications to "intoto" of the proposed Democratic Tariff. Hon. Charles W, .Miller sees The Hartford Republican. ruin for the big Waverly Beet Sugar factory. Waverly is his home town NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS not want to see its largntcrlbera detlriog tb paper atot to a Dew and he does jMldma mott gtre tbe old addrrM In making the est industry crippled or ruined. Wilaaqcatt. bur W. Marsh, of Waterloo, is the will not be returned proprietor of a large cream separaDcaollclted mannecrlpt ami Mtnni panted by pottage. tor plant in that city. Ho has been will recelre no AnoDymona communication to Washington to protest the placing XWAtlOD. of the products of his plant on the free list. When it comes down to brass xacx.aci'acoiTae. SBottfrfe. 3U.tts.... .123 tacks many Democratic Tariff theorists refuse to hold the striking hammer. What Is true of the WavAUGUST 8. FRIDAY, erly and Waterloo plants is true of every manufactory In the land. MaIn politics, as In everything else, rion (la.) Register. "honesty is the best policy." Two features of a political cam paignone makes friends and discov ens enemies. How many different kinds of liars re there In Ohio county? Candidates only need answer. With the prettiest fair grounds and track In the State, beat half-mil- e railroad facilities for bringing good crowB. hio county should have a treat fair. Boon Warrants Are Asked. Minority Rule Likely to be Brief. A majority of 15,000,000.cltizens who went to the polls lost fall voted for a Protective policy. But the president and Congress are trying, to pass a Free-Trad- e law. It is doubtful if they make any real progress from iveek to week. They represent but Utile over 6,000,000 of 15,00,000 voters. Currency revision also is talked about by this minority in the saddle. In the nature of things it rides for a fall. Not half tho voters believe the Dem ocratic party Is competent to revise Tariff or currency, or carry through any valuable rorrom. a now House and a third of the Senate will be elected next ypftr, Minority rule Is likely to bo brief. Even now It is able to claim a margin of only one In tho Senate. Practically, no working margin Is there. No matter how a minority party Is manipulated it is a minority still, and In struggling to exert the wolght of a majority makes Its basic weakness more and more manifest. St. Louis Globe-Democr- ' that tho L. & N. will place,a train on tho M. H. & E. which will make tho round trip from It Is rumored here to Evanaville dally. This will be a gfeat thing for Hartford and wc hope the rumor is correct. Neither Republicans or Progressives cast any votes worth mentioning in tbe Louisville primary. They will eab make just as poor showing In ithe November election. They must get gether and tho sooner tho better. The Republican rate for tho nomination for Assessor was an eye lash affair. The four candidates. Ward, Drown, l.onoy und Cox came to the homo who in a bunch, with just ono and then tho other In the lead. Their oto stood from A'l'l to 496 and .Mr. D. 10. Ward, tho winner had only 22 otes to tho good over G. Will Drown. The Party of Ruinand Devastation , it; tW'M If the Democratic party Is really anxious to loso It is go ing about it In tho right way, us appears from the following communication recently printed in the Now t: Orleans Abbeville, Da., July tj, 1913. Tho Republicans cast 22G more t: votes in tho pilmary election Last To the Editor of The Saturday than the Democrats. This In 1835, under Cleveland's adIs not very encouraging to our frionds ministration, 1 was a lurmer und a on the other side, especially as they had their candidates In tho field long merchant. Tho Wllbon blllwas puss-e- d and 1 sold my rlco (C.73J sjfcks) In advance and had soveral contestat un avorago prlco. of 35 cents per ed races. Besides, they had no agree-meto- t, like the Republican candidates, sack, my cotton (CO bales) at 4 cents pledging thomselves not to use mon- per pound, and cano sold, I wus re liably Informed, In my vicinity at ey or whiskey to gut tho vote out. $1.60 per ton, and I lot o. I had Tbe newprlmary law is a success, (112000). Now, eighteen years after. hut it needs some amendments to another Wllbon has sprung up, and . render it the most effective. At pres- tho counrty is again threatened and ent tho law shuts out voters who ruin staresius again in tho face. All will be qualified at tho November el- business is at a standstill, and It the ection, because of ago or residence. present Tariff bill goes through wo . A young man who Is not 21 years old will all be worse off, as no good terorl when tho primary is held but who have been made for the lost five wHI be when the election takes place, years. Louisiana should take heed and should be alowed to have a voice In tbe election of bis nominees. So seo what party is bringing ruin and sOUld one who has not been a rest-44- devastation upon our fair land. EUGENE W. GA8PARD. of the p.inct, county or Htate aaough at the primary, but can There are states other than Louisiana that aro going to take heed t he '4 jMet these requirements '''election. We.;see no need of and see.' What they see will ibe a candidate insecure so many costly Bight, to be sure, but If thoy JO a peuuesrw' vowiuv ci- - learn therefrom tho folly of intrust ifettt he should be .required to ing their interests to a party made pledge not to use improper up of Free-Trad- e Tariff wreckers the 40B Jto securing vote ana to lue lesson wui not nave been In vata. Times-DemocraTlmes-Donio-cra- Washington, Aug. 5. Representative R. Y. Thomas. Jr.. of Greenville. engaged in an altercation with David Goodlett. a doorkeeper of the House of Representatives, in the cafe of the New Varnum Hotel late this afternoon and slightly wounded Good lett with a knife. No arrests were made and, although the combatants by no means patched upthclr quarrel. It is understood the affair ended with the stabbing. Eyewitnesses to. the combat say Goodlett, who Is a man in his twenties and a native of Alabama, struck' the elderly Congressman the frist blow. The Kentncklan responded by drawing a knife and going after the doorkeeper. Goodtett's wound consists of a small gash the length of a short knife blade across the left edge of hiB collarbone, while Thomas bears no marks of the fray. Neither of the combatants could be found but the fact that neither swore out a warrant and that no arrests were made is taken to mean that their quarel ended with the stabbing. According to stories told bv hotel ttUtJridaftts and those who were All locals of the Ohio County A. S. rto Won't Limp Now. sitting In the cafe, Thomas and GoodBob Walker, one of tho Green Nd more limning for Tom Moore River stars fifteen years ago was of E., ue hereby notified of a call, lett entered the room an;l were drinking together when they began of Cochran, Ga. "1 had u bad sore on drafted to play for Hartford Wed- meeting of td bo to argue. This speedily took on the r.iy lnstcn that nothing seeined to nesday and held the first bag down held in Hartford at 1 o'clock p. m., tone of a quarel and abusive lan- help till I U8od Bucklcn's Arnica to a perfection. His batting was also on Saturday Aug. 16 to transact any guage passed. Goodlett Is said to have SalVe," he writes, "but this wonder- good, and he pounded out a dandy business that may come before the struck tho Congressman with his ful heal soon cured me." Heals old, ,two bagger. Elgin delivered the goods body. A full attendance Is greatly fist. Thomas' response was to draw running sores, ulcers, bolls, burns, at every opjortunlty, and got four desired. L. B. T1CHENOR. Ch'm'n. a knife some eyewitnesses say he cuts, butBcs, eczema or piles. Try It. hits, out of five times at bat. Hunter' HENRY M. PIRTLE, Soc'y. m. made a good team mato for Spalding I drew two and charged the doorkeep- - Only 25 cents at all druggists. ia and Taylor. The greatest surprise Mr. W. S. Gunsalus, a farmer livwas tho twirling of Spalding, who ing near Fleming, I"a., sns he has pitched a dandy game, considering used Chamerlain's Colic, Cholera and this to bo his second effort In the Diarrhoea Remedy In his family for box. Ho took delight in striking a fourtetm jears, and that ho has man out and his smiles when ho found it to bo an excellent remedy, did good work was worth going miles and takes pleasure In recoiiimcndlliK to see. Green, who has plajed sov- it. For sale by all BBBBBBBBBBBBBBL'MBBBBBBBBBBBBBBfl dealers. ' aBBBBBBBBBBBBBBLl in. HBr eral games with Hartford this season, was tied up with Rochester, Wednesday. Manager Casebler was Vv thoroughly delighted with his now team. MH pooplo nra afflict-ewith Is Jamo back. Apply Cliamber-filn'- s Liniment twice a day and massage tho parts thoroughly at each An amusing and Interesting came application, and you will got quick was pulled off at East End park here rejicr. For sale by all dealers m. Wednesday afternoon, when Hnrffonl and Rochester, first teams met. Hart Card From Mr. Bratcher. ford ran as a dark horse all through Hartford. Ky. the game, and for several Innings It I nra secnied that the Bluo Socks were .ligations under many and lasting obto my friends and Repubdoomed to defeat. Things began to liven up toward tho eighth Inning, licans who supported me in tho Primary Election for Sheriff and win and afeo In the ninth. In the ninth take pleasure In returnlne the fcior Hartford did not allow the visitors at tho first opportunity. 1 haven't to score and when Hartford picked up the stick In the last half of th anything to say against thoso who ninth the score was 11 to 13 for Roch supported my opponents, and I ex pect to support the ticket this fall ester. By good plajlng Hartford tied Respectfully, tho score and tho Interest was high.1 Then another score was made, and (Advertisement It.) two more men on bases and none out, m . but that was enough and the came Shocking Sounds. wound up. Spalding was In the box In the earth are for Hartford the geater part of the fore a terrible sometimes heard beearthquake, pat iwn A Card. game and Hunter was the back stop. of tho coming peril. Nature's warnI went before the Republican vot In the latter part of the game Tayings aro kind. That dull pain or ache ers of Ohio county at the late pri- lor was put in .the box, replacing mary as a candidate for Assessor and Spalding, who went to third. Harvey in back warns you the Kidneys aeotL lacking a scant hundred votes of tho Flat, of Beaver Dam and Taylor attention if you would escape those dangerous maladies. Take Electric nomination, I gracefully accept my Mines, did the twirling for Rochesdefeat and pledge my hearty Bupport ter. The Rochester boys Bald they Bitters at once and see backache fly and all your best feelings return. to my successful appointment and were unable to got all of their team ".My son received great benefit fronn to the entire ticket nominated. I to come and they had to secure oththeir use for kidney nnd bladder thank heartily my many friends who er men. At any rate they had two trouble," , wrltse Peter Bondy, South so loyally supported me and have from Beaver Dam and throe from Rockwood. Mich., 'H is certainly a nothing but good will for those who Rockport. The only regular first great kidney mcdlclno." Try It. voted for my opponents. i team players Hartford had In the at all druggists. m. ,1 game were Respectfully, Robertson and Taylor and J. T. COX. substitutes Hunter and Thomas. A. S. of E. Notice. d The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that thero Is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure In nil its stages, and that Is Catarrh. Hull's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Urtarrh being a constitutional treatment. Hall's Cure is taken internally, acting directly uon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, there by destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the jwtlont strength by building up the consti tution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that thoy offer One Hundred Dollars for any case to cure, Sentf for dlst of testimonials. Address: F. J. CHENEY AV Co., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for consti pation. SlOO Reward. SIOO. that hart! working the most commonaUiiicnts v i -- ,i. tho-cou- F: l'-A- fji obbbbbbbbbbbbV ADMIRATION o RockjKirt defeated Graham Sundav. score 4 to 3. Both teams put up some of their finest playing and tho scoro was hotly contested. Deanfleld will play against mart- ford hero Saturday afternoon. By many, Deanflold is thought to have one of tho strongest teams, considering all points, that has visited us this season. The Blue Socks defeated them hero earlier In the season, by the score of 5 to 1. o I Equality will play Taylor Mines at the latter place Saturday morning, at 10:30, and at 3:30 that afternoon .Taylor Mines will try it out with Station. The morning game Is expected to be a battle of ball playing all the way through, and the afternoon game will not be far behind. Island Station will play Taylor Mini ' again Sunday afternoon on the lat ter s ground. I L (tfX, l .TBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSH BLLLLLLLLL.f'-LLHkLLLLLLLLLLL- ' at LLLLLLLLLLLLBkHIILLLfSBBLLLLH , inn. dak. .if . wt . LLLLLLLLLKitlVvWiwBLLLLH v ;.r i i follows fast upon feeding pigs, poultry, ihoroes and cattjo on somo.of the many varieties of grains and feed you can get hore. Liko the feed your porkers 'so fed are apt first prize. The more you use what now la Dpjre hay, data, corn, bran Jio leas occasion you will have for "condition powders" and curatives tor yfar livestock later. to-tak- ottr M. L. HE AVA1N. 1, Republican Nominee For County, Judge'.' (Advertis etnunt.) ' : YJ Tbe second teams of Hartiord and Beaver. Darn played here last Satur- -' day aftenoori, Harried whwlaz leh vame 8 to 7., Both teams played aome W. E. ELLIS Tha ProdueajtUrchant HARTFORD, a KENTUCKY J- , i ii.JBil:!, .,, WXWn mini ... ... . va- - . w. , . -. ' ,n 1 ... .r"I---'-.' 'n "'"' Jl "'"" "' 'i " i Mbbbbb I M r Fairs' Big Rum I am ready to Insure your horses, Jacks, mules and cattle against death from any cause. E. E. DIHKHEAD, Agt. Ky. Live Stock Ins. Co. 52tf England Can See It. In one of those RChokirlv sneclal numbers for which It Is noted, the London Times reviews tho textile Industries of England nnd Scotland under date of Juno 27. The edition Is just now arlvlng In this country. It makes no difference how late It Is, for It will bo as valuable a year, two years or ten years from now aslt Is today. It is a book In newspaper form probably tho moat comprehensive encyclopedia of textile Interests ewer published. From the first column of tho first page to tho last column of tho sixty-secopage, the tone of tho textile number is one of rejoicing. Tho mllfls of England and Scotland arc booming as they have not done In years, and the secret of it Is to bo found In this introductory paragraph to the review of tho American trade: Tho textllo manufacturers of tho United States are facing a most important crises. In every branch of the trade there Is serious apprehension as to tho future. And again: Tho effect of the Impending change in the national policy upon the textile manufacturers, and how far that change will be beneficial to foreign competitors, should be considered. It has already had a certain effect. It has already reflected in a general tendency to reduce output of the mills. The largest producer of print cloh in the country, with an of moro than 80,000 pieces . a week, has shut down all of his mills for an indefinite period. Strange, Isn't it, that England can see It. when a Congress sworn and jpald to Protect American Interest and a highly educated resident cant see it at all? Harrisburg Telegraph. at-p- ut FAItM FOR SALE A splendid 102 acre farm, two miles South of Cen- tertown, Ky. A splendid farm and a bargain. For lwrtlculare, call on BAKXETT & FOSTER, Hartford, Ky. G2tf. The Job printing department of The Republican Is finishing several hundred handsome catalogues for llnrt-fo- d College, and the catalogs will bo delivered to tho Board of Education this week, and dlstlbuUon. will bo be gun at once. Word was received hero yesterday that Judgo YV. B. Taylor, of near was dangerously 111. For the l;ust several months he hat not been In Kood health n'titl his many friends all over the county sincerely hop for hla Immediate recovery. clover, Sow crimson and sweet hairy vetch, lwas and rape. Rye and winter oats In corn and tobacco. Get your seeds, fertilizer arid farm Implements from D. L. D. SANDEFUR, y. DOWN SAL Many bargains gone, but many more are herefro you. Avail yourself now of this n ra opportunity for buying Merchandise at less in mary instances than That You REOLVED lear "Come in and LOOK VALUES AND WrOxxr- 7iiv " m LOOK BEFORE YoU should ATOUt ' t?" YoU WILL BUY FROM VS. 4t3 Beaer Dam, Ky. 'twn Elsewhere In this Issue will be ALL WE ASK OF YOU To COME found the mammoth page advertise ment of S. J. Tlchenor, the merIN. WE KNOW WE'VE GOT THE chant of Mclienry. Ho offers many bargains In every department of his r r .STUFF, AND WE KNOW WE'VE GOT large mercantile establishment, and buyers will profit by this sale. Don't A FAIR. PRICE; So IF YOU WILL fall to notice his prices. COME IN AND LET JS JHoW YoU, Hereafter I will sell for cash, ex cept by social agreement. Will make WE ARE CONFIDENT YOU WILL GET prices that will pay the trade to pay cash. Cutting out delivery service and WE JVST WHAT YOU WANT. credit. This will enable me to give '' Almost Lost His Life. Z you much better prices and merchanWON'T ASK YOU TO BUY WHAT A. D. WHITE, dise. Mich., will S. A. Stld, of Mason, YOU DON'T WANT. WE WANT YOU in Hartford, Ky. 51U. (never forget his terrible exposure L. B. Bean has leased tho to a merciless storm. "It gave me a Dr. TO GET WHAT YOU Do WANT So Ohio county fair grounds at Hartford, dreadful cold," he writes, "that causand will hold a fair here this yea. ed Bevere pains In my chest, so It YOU WILL JTAY WITH VS. The fair will .begin on September 24 was hard for me to breathe. A neighand last four dayB. Dr. Bean will be bor gave me several doses of Dr. gin Immediately to repair all of the King's Now Discovery which brought property, and will have everything great relief. The doctor said I was In readiness for a 'great fair. He Is on the verge of pneumonia, but to confident of having one of tho best continue with the Discovery. I did fairs ever held at 'Hartfod or In so, and two bottles completely cured Western Kentucky. It has been four me." Use only tnis quiCK, saie, reyears since a fair has been held at liable medicine for coughs, colds, or Hartford, and since ithls date will not any throat or lung trouble. Price 60c J INCORPORATED. conflict with any of the other Ken and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranm. tucky fairs, there will no doubt be teed by all druggists. a 'remendous awenoance eaca uuy. "I was cured of diarrhoea by one I . Mrs. Nannie E. Fcemster, of the dose of Chamberlain's Colic, Choi.. Palo neighborhood, who was stricken I TJ J.. with a paralytic attack on July .; " died at her homo Wednesday after-- I ' nothing better. For sale be all Is 5 o'clock. She was about, noon about n. dealers. 71 years old, and the widow of Mr. fruit went through the hands of the maybe thousands, of years ago, waem Hud WUUam T. Feeroster, a Civil War. Messrs. S. T. Barnett. Jaraea "T "" this .was the bed of the Ohio. Tfca middlemen and the retailers. Youngest Veteran. son and Steve May were among those veteran, who died about two years An East Side girl declares that the bark and outer surface of this subMadaccount of We herewith give an from Hartford who attended the ago. She leaves one son, Mr. Chas. fruit was needed iby thousands of merged timber has changed to a lsonvillo fair last Friday. FRIDAY, AUGUST 8. Feemster. The deceased was a mem the unusual exercises by the Veter- children in her neighborhood, and soft, Mack peat, but the inner body at Wichita in which Prof. H. E. Brown returned Satur ber of the M. E. Church, South, at ans of Kansas Shelby Flshback, twenty-t- pictured the suffering which she though soft and spongy, ahons clearly many years and Master James day from Islington, where he had Marvlns Chapel for knew would result if Its price was the grain of the timber, and oak, elm months old, took a prominent raised. M. H. ft E. Railroad Time Table spent several weeks, attending the truly a noble woman. Funeral ser wo or sycamore are easily recognizable. vices were conducted by Rev. R. D. part. This was an epoch day full of Resolutions were adopted setting I have no certain means of establishKentucky State University. at Hartford, Ky. Bennett, on the lawn at the Smith promise. forth that Inasmuch as the Democrat- ing the length of time since thia Mrs. W. J. Bean and children, Mrs. grave yard In the Palo neighborJames Shelby Flshback is the son ic party had pledged itself to re- ancient forest was hidden away In effective Monday L. A N. time card Mao ElUs Foster, city, and Mlss.Alta hood, yesterday afternoon at one of a veteran. In fact he is the young-e- duce the cost of living It would be a the preserving sands, but,, siace Aug. 21st. Beaver Dam, attended the o'clock. Interment following at that son of a veteran knqwn to exist, violation oflts promises to put a tax giant oaks and beeches had grown m. Likens, of No. 112 North Bound due 7:19 a. Madlsonvillo fair last Friday. being only 22 months old. His father on bananas, which are being used upon the' land above them, it must place. dally except Sunday. Vis Capt. John B. Flshback clerk of It Is probable The Louisville Weekly Herald and more In this country becauBeof their have been ery-'long. due 1:16 p. m. No. 114 North Bound the city court. Republican; orie year Notice to Water Users. nutritive properties and their cheap.-nes-s. thatwoives fowled about the trunks The Hartford dally except Sunday. And James Shelby is likely to be and blrdiTnested inthe- branches ot Nyack. (N. Y.) Journal. each, for $1.35. Send all orders to Persons who have hydrants mus a veteran himself some day, provid m. Hartford, Ky. 32tf No. 11D South Bound due 8: 45 a. The Republican. and leave water ing the government determines to hold A vast amount of 111 health Is due these) old i trees long before Columbus not attach hose dally except Sunday. crossed ''the Atlantic to discover a Miss Rodney Baize, of Owensboro, running over night, and they are not another war along about nineteen to impaired digestion. When the 1:46 p. m. J. H. THOMAS. No. 113 South Bound due visiting Mr. C. P. allowed to use same to water gardens. years or so hence. Even now James stomach falls to perform Its functions new world.' who has been dally except Sunday. b Keown and family for a fow days, We want everybody to have plenty Shelby Is nccoustomed to the properly the whole system becomes H. E. MiSCHKE, Agt. of water, and It Is not fair to those ' will .leave Saturday fo her home. deranged. A few doses of Chamber-lk(m- 's of warriors. living at end or near end of pipe Anyone who witnessed the recent Tablets is all you need. They Substantiate and Delicacies Misses Mary Marks and Wattle line to be shut off from the water dedication of the soldiers and sailors' 'will strengthen your digestion, inSaturday from Go Hand in Haad, Here Hartford Mill Co.. has RUer sand Glenn returned waste between them monuments at the courthouse can vigorate your liver, and regulate your whom thev have been the by the constnt to Bell. tank. Unless persons at- testify to that. James Shelby was I bowels, entirely doing away with 'uest of Misses Mary and Margaret and the tend to their hydrants and keep them the Job that day, and they all saw that miserable feeling duo to faulty Miss Nancy Ford returned homo Fri Joiner. l closed over night, wo shall bo com him. He'B not very big, but he sure digestion. Try It. Many others have day from Owensboro. Mr. Allen Sargent and family, of pelled to shut water off wherever created a stir then, for it was ho been permanently cured why not Prof. C. K. Carson was a pleasant Rockport. Ind., have Just returned this is neglected. m. Respectfully, and none other who unveiled the stat you? For sale by all dealers. Tuesday. caljlor at thlsofflce homo after a few das lslt with B. Kentucky Light & Pdwer Co. uo and released the white, dove of' HartFor Sale peace that was held prisoner in the Capt. S. K. Cox and Mr. E. K. F. Bean aud family of East exchanged residences. ford neighborhood. veiling. Ulrkhcad have Finest Feed on the Market. One of tho nicest and best built Ana James Shelby was all togged what It Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Pendleton left The biggest bargains over offered Arab Feed Is tho best Alfalfa up for the occasion, lie even wore houses In Hartford, at Just & Saturday evening for Kansas City Como Down Sale at Carbon cost. Has 5 rooms, hall, f.ront and at Contains no his daddy's captain shoulder straps market. Company's. wherehto y were called on ac- Feed on the hack varandas, built In 1909 and any foreign worthless oyer a soldier's regulation uniform. needs no repairs. m-'- p M.Tavior.'routo 3, Beaver count fo tho serious illness of tlioir screenings or Gray. Consists of wholo oats, Nor did ho seem at all put out bematerial. For particulars call or address this Dam, was a pleasant caller at this sister, Mrs. Howard 3tr- andTTlrs. Honry Slmms, of cracked corn, alfalfa and molasses. cause they were too largo. Instead, office. Monday. Mr. office . m m visiting Mrs. .Strain's Four pounds Is a full ralton for a he wore them, and a Bword in addiTho Ohio" County Medical Society Dayton. 0., are 4 gallant Blamed A Good Workr. mother, Mr. and Mrs. A. horse at hard work twoho pounds tion, with tho air of a right met hero yesterday at tlw office of father and "I blamed my heart for severo disall other aualfa little soldier. family routo 3; and Mr. dally. Almost W. Mllto and Dr. E. W. Ford. DELICACIES tress In my left sldo for two years." SUBSTANTIALS feed takes 1C pounds daljy. Arab1 Mrs. W. H. Gillespie, city. "Wore all medicines as meritoriRussell Plrtlb" attended tho and Mr. new Feed Is cheaper than corn and oats ous as Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera writes W. Evans, Danville, Va., "but WANTED Several care of Cakes Madlsonvillo fair last woek and visitBread I know now It was lndlgostlon, as Wheat. If you have any for sale, alone, and wjll reduce your hay bill and Diarrhoea Remedy tho world complete- Mr. Sam Joiner. ed one-hal- f. Don't take my would be much hotter off and the pe: Dr. King's New Life Pills Cookies ELLIS, Buns at least W. B. on stomach, liver 'When you go away on your vaca- call word for it try one bag and be centage of suffering greatly decreas- iv cnrmi me." Best for constipation, Produce Merchant, Jelly Roll Rolls Tho Hartford kidney troubles, tion his summer, let Hartford, Ky. convinced. For sale by W. E. El- ed." writes Lindsay Scott, of Temple, alnd 50t4 X. at an headache or debility. Angel Food Hartford, Intl. B'or sale by all dealers, .Republican follow you. Fies m. lis, Produce Merchant, m T am ready to Insure your horses, druggists. 1H- SALE-Blcy- cle, in good conKentucky. , FOR AdOur Patrons usually depart with jacks, mules and cattle against death Netice. dition: W1U sell cheap for cash. A Sunken Forest. Marriage Licesse. a Sealed bids will be received on from any cause. something of eae in oae X. Y. Z.careaf Republican. dress gas E. E. BIRKHEAD. Th.t hn Ohio river. In the long Gaylo The following marlage license have the county farm for the oil and hasd, and soaething of the Mleses Katlo Pendleton and Agt. Ky. Live siock ins. oo. been Issued from' the office of Coun rights up to 12 o'clock noon, Sat- Interval since geologic forces first G2tf. Tlchenor were the guesU of Miss other the other. and direction, has Right re- gave it channel urday, August 9, 1913. Just received a carload of woven ty Clerk Tinsley, since our last' Taylor, of Liberty. Jast week. rtn nhnneod its bod Is lllustratt barbed wire. reject any and all bids. fencing and served to of Life Don't fall toattend"our"blg Come wire right. nowhere better than at Grissom'a Bread is the C. E. SMITH, Letcher Beck and Floy Taylor, R. Prices August 1st to August 9. Down Sale landing, a fow miles bolow OwensCOMBS, & ACTON, of Life. LESLIE Variety is the Spice LIKENS 3, Beaver 'Dam. CARSON & CO. boro. The largo Island at that point j. C. JACKSON, Hartford, Ky. L. J. Brown and Gayosa Aahby, oi young peop 4Stf, near aio rising out of the river Quite a number of '53t4. Oommitteo. , Springs Plenty of Stock Peas and German Centertown. , s shore has thrown tho current Ice Cream Served very Sunday . rum uvrt . "" f" ffninhur A Wm, Weatberford and LilUe B. night or ot tho river strongly against the KenTax Ian am? , to.a dance Thursday lasymu Flerie. Ceralvo. ACTON. ropjd time tucky aide, and a recent ' Q. ,A. Wedding and Eva L. qreer, '''wide? and more Insistent, as Hartford, Ky. ... .. of the eouth wuik am re--- - "-- "i route 6, Hartford. yuai grows the popular protest crumbling exposed, at a depth of .UIsbc Mary. Mr. A. R. Plummer, ot uenieriow. sulted; and HARTFORD BAKERY Clayborne, Wttson and Pearl 'Daven- aroint the nroDosed bawmft tax. left Monday for areenvme, "-- "' of- feet, remains of an anciwas a caller at The Republican Mrs. Heath, president of the House- - twenty-fiv- e be the guwu or air. mm port, Wyaox: will low ' ' ' ' flco Wednesday anu wauu amuemo A .4 ent sunken forest. Just above W. O. Schlemmer, Prop. uuj Wives ieague, uauoiyuaw .k , vral hundred large bills, ..!Ahj'- -. ..- -. nl.tsanili lA water mark great treo trunks, spf 1" .Ill l Gillespie fi' Ml..." Jennie age, lie, HARTFORD, Ky. ZThe plc-n- lc and barbecue that is a'.'aaSua Dousd. it would increase by with time and black with FOR FLETGHEI from held at Centertown next Jlenj; wHneMW'ot a tlm hundred. ut, tobe laujt, aqd. bounds as .the. poor, nan's been U.cu C'AS-T;OII.h -- ' ' urday week. l'l Mm. Jtoad. U manufacturer's cost. sale: closes Saturday. Aug. Remember this and keep mind that IT PAYS TO TRADE WITH A HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY. Jt$gffi9Q .M CARSON & CO. Hartford, Kentucky. - -.. lnZ Hartford Republican. at -v- itrap-plng- Mad-icrxivi- " . Lu-cl- lo ii Staff ... " -.. mJutt " ., "OT i -- m-dla- na ho:8ud.y RJ' ,.jjj-- ,',, - Children W txJjtJk' DtWiWwi. STT'JJMMMM HH!!HBHRWwiWiiiiwijiMiUJiwir -s- ssfssjaj. H JQEMEROUS DEEDS ON RECOftOj' REVELERS lOld-Tlm- PAID FOR SPEECH 'LURE OF TREASURE HUNTING FOR "SUNNY HOUR" CHARTS ' u)' ? Ml President; Henry PIrtIo, SecPrediction That Office and Factory retary; S. B. Bennett, Treasurer. Buildings of the Future Will Be Circuit Court T. P. Blrkhcad, COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Judge; lien I). Hlngo, Attorney; W. Henry Leach, Chairman, Hartford, Men In Wild Region. Furnished With Them. 8eeker of Treasure. V. .Mldklff, Jailer; E. 0. Ilarrnss, Ky. 1. L. B. Tichcnor, Hartford, R. F. Many, employers during rocont Tho office and factory building of Clerk; E. E. Hlrkhend, Master ComFor the sake of romance and adJohn Lewis Dyer waa an Itinerant . Jpears have shown their generosity to Methodist cxhorler In the early 'forties venture and all that puts color Into tho futuro will furnish "sunny hour" missioner; It. T. Collins, Trustco D. No. C. Jury Kuiid: T. H, Black, Sheriff, 2. B. .their employes by leaving them lega- In the Sioux country, and one of his life It Is to bo hoped that the failure r.lmrtH to Its tenants. These charts Hartford. Deputies S. O. Kcown, 3. M. C. Hartford, Reynolds, Ky. S. Patterson, Olaton, Ky. , When Thomas Edward Walton strenuous experiences with white men of the expedition which recently wont will show graphically at which win- Uoavcr Bam; 0. 1 Jones, Itouto r, 4. U. L. Alfonl, White Run, Ky. jof Howdoln, In that wild region Is told Jn a vol to the Isle of Cocos In senrch of pirate dows of a building tho sun will shlno Hartford; Oaklelgh, Portland, V. C. Earii, Roslnc. Court 3. Richard I'luniiucr, Taylor .Mines, Cheshire, died he left a will bequeath- - time, "Missionary Kxplorers Among tho gold wllljiot mark the end of trcnBuro nt any season of the year and how convenes first .Monday In Fcbnlary Kentucky. Jtns; $12,000 and of his re-- American Indians," compiled by Mnry hunting. In the Interest also of the long. Tills useful device consist and continues thrco weeks; third ddasry estate to Frances Nixon, In (Iny Humphreys. At Lincoln City a rood town of Panamn. whero the treas- - merely of a circular dlneram with a .Monday in April, two weeks; third will. Mr. party of Christmas celebrant called j ure seekers are wont to outfit and buy circumference graduated Into 24 parts, .Monday in October two weckH. his service at the date of the County up the preach'NWlion left an estate of $125,000 gross Just nt daylight, roused must go with- supplies, we should point out that numbered from 1 p. m. to 12 midnight, Judgo; W. Court Jt. It. Weildlnir. S. Tlnsley, Clerk; C. B. nUuS. or, and told him he negative resultB never really proved and 1 n. m. to 12 noon, and having , llurtford. Court tWigr lines drawn from tho center onmn. Attorney, Jjgrj generous Indeed was a Qer- -- them lo "Walker's." and speech, treat anything. There maV be gold on OPUvolics tlrst .Monday In each temperance There may be. millions of pieces of Jhe circle to tho times of sunset month, - Jgan merchant named lllnkel, resl- or make, a 40 men. and. of hrfd tiewela'calore - and wine ! and sunrise for tho different months . JdenT ft M'osfov. D' his wjl. proved went. "There wefj over -- -r -- rr ,: r . s. i Qurttrly Court Beclns on the "" .iTIj t,t . .X .i Attorney tuey caued fox cnamiiau or.mouero which the buccaneers, who had more .of the year, Through tho diameter Law mile wpiie agp, jlP ."Hs"f $ tofT TjQI they were too drugi 2 bo ,,, tiipy could drink, laid aside for a of the clrclo 12 noon 12 fcidnlghL fourth Monday In February, May, (business and his fortune, Counting August nnd November. HARTFORD, KY, rto 12600,000 to htS employes'. All moderated. I got upiiTi ray box and rn)nv jay- - Because many treasure . is a meridian. Court of Claims Convenes first The plan of tho buhdlne imed must Tuesday In January and first Tues- Will practice his proferalim la thl stated my arrest, and proposed to hunters Iiave ransacked Cocos from (members of the staff, Including clerks, and adjoining countto. Commerelal Jboo,kkeeper8, packers, porters and make a speech. They said: 'Go on. end to end no man can say that tho also have a, mCrldian drawn upon It day In October. "fiSbrkeepefii were to have T share In Tsald: Gentlemen, 1 will tell you what next treasure hunter will not And. thatjj Hi correct relative position. The Other County OfflcVs-- C. S. Mox- - and Criminal Practice a Specialty. loy, Surveyor, Irdsvlllc, Ky., It. & .dead man's business and an 1 think. There Is not a man herebut for which nJl the others Lave labored ..chart; Is placed on the plan ot tho No. 2; r. Felix. Asses . Dunaing amount of money to be reckoned on the would be ashamed of his father or rjiu sougni in vain. witn tne two meriuiaus parol sor, u.Hartford, Bernard V. D. No. 2; to motheK his sister or brothef, Uiaels of tbjj first annualvvago jnultl-.'plieTreasure hunters BTZ nf tho Mrih' lei. To find at what time of dav the. Henry Leach, Ky., It. Superintendent, Hartun begins or ceases shining through ford; Dr. A. B. Itlley, Coroner, Hartby the number of years they know frei ou condition here this . ,., Yhey nro the dreamers of great morning.' Tfcey stamped and roared: dreams, tne 8eer8 of wonderful vision. . any window,, a straight-edg- e is laid ford. .bad been In the service. Law JUSTICES' COURTS, ITbpse who had worked for Win for" That's so,' all oyer the house. notAna the maker8 0f romance. All the world on the chart In such a way Dint t HARTFORD, KY. so- loves or shouljl lovo fhepi. Thc news passes through tho Othler, t! the clr-o- f iees iban Eve years were to receive next".'r I continued. If we were Leslie Combs, Hartford, Tutsday Y" in wWch after 3rd Monday In MarrU. Tuesday felolnl 8iun of $50,000, which was to drunk we would not be here. Cheers, thway Is too m.rc1 nahicned with i cle and Is parallel to Mttasns. W. H. Darn.ffi cuxl C. &' according to wages and 'That's so, too,' all over the house. havy reading. "5ne dearies at last the particular window Is built. The after 3rd Monday In JWie, Tuesday Smith announoe that Uij haro lonvf -- divided of political flrid VOcal reform, ot di- - un will begin or Wid shining through after 3rd Monday In Rbptcmbcr, Tues- a imrtiiurshp for tho gomrttl pnic tlengtb of ervicIT sZKbarJ ' the wlndoyf &l the hour Indicated day after 3rd Motaflay In December. we would not do what we are doing.' vfaree and ttuVApV In sordid A jLflnd'on jolftUor with a large 4jrf John H. Mllee, Itckport, Friday tice of law, cxcpt cnbiiinal and (Cheers.) 1 wound up and was about of the 'cost of living and the 'course Where th straight edge intersects after 3rd Monday In March, Friday oasos, Mr. Sniltli being Comity AttorgS?"tlce calFed a young lawyer, whom to leave, when the judge said: "I move the ctt;cTe. If tho wall runs westerly after Jrrd Monday In June,. Friday had employed for several yearg, that we vote thS eyeryinwg air. uyer of the markets. There ia a craving ney Is prurenUxl from practicing auch for something, not so commonplace, t Use south, the sun will begin lo after vlrd Monday In September, j ilnto his private office ' anlne In at the hour indicated, and FTldAy after 3rd .Monday in De ccasuB. Mr. Barns will indlrldtuUly i for something less prosaic, for sijinc jils fiia is TWOTa Some yea"rs ago and offered in Offkve aocejt euch practloe. tDe wal1 r"18 easterly of tho south, cember. Hb said, 'the Jyea have It,' but thing which, hns a tuch of mOonshlne 'business as a gift. The young souci-Ho- t vnt. I must not go yet, and made and O. E. Scott, Cromwell, Wednesday Hnrtford Rcpublicejn building, Hartin U, Ltt us not. therefore, Wlscourage the aun will cease to shine in at tho. naturally accepted It, and he Is that after 3rd Monday In March, Wed ford, K4 Mr , .' """"" inters witn coia reason lawyer with a for- pu a motion that they all fjtye was the treasure 1 aiow a nesday after 3rd .Monday In June, like a dasl;6f cold Water. Let us rath- generous Dyer one dollar apiece, and that Wednesday after 3rd Monday in Septune exceeding that of bis also carried. They took the hat, got Sr fan Uielr enthusiasm and keep it FROGS HAVE "COMMON predecessor? "s'x Tpi SE" tember, Wcdncsduy after 3iu Mon$20, and 1 thanked them and went, forever aglow' so that as long as news-.. . day In December. '' papers exist there may be now and home to breakfast." ,,.,,, 8c. John H. Miles, Rockport, Friday erment, Maie . NEW STORIES OF BISMARCK then a talc ot Cocos Island wedged In , Fr!c:i" Law ..... . ., IW Wl WWII-- after 3rd Monday -In March, Friday . . W,.... J t. after 3rd Monday June, NOT TO BLAME between ine larin ana mo iruaia. aldcratfre "Cray Matter." KY, HARTFORD, after 3rd Monday In September, Fri;Palnter Who Was Intimate With Iron day a,fter 3rd Monday In December, ASSOCIATED WITH M. b. IHSAVRIN Chancellor Throws More Light It i a matter of dispute just tg To Avoid the Runty Pig. According to Writer, Their Fretful-net- s J. C. Jackson, CcntcrUnvn, Saton His Character. Hunty pigs stand a poor show at What extent the actions of animals urday after 3rd Monday In March, Is Thrust Upon Them by This office Is equlppftt for handthe' Humorists. the feeding trough wjth a bunch of are determined by pure unreasoning Saturday after 3rd Monday In June, ling Commercial Law and Collection The memoirs of M. Antolne de Wer-j- rs frog Saturday after 3rd Monday In Septheir husky brothers and sisters. As instinct It has been said that a Items aa well as tithcr legal and liticontain many Interesting Tou will read In ancient chronicles they are crowded, out or place natural- - will snap at any small moving object, tember, Saturday after 3rd Monday eminent persons with gated matters. IT&ctlce In all the of in Dumber. Crusader, ly they do not get enough to to tfegardless of its character, and when the that M. & Cook, Renfrew, Tuesday af- courts. Prompt and vigorous scrvlot. . wbom the famous painter came Into Sir Rufus de Burgh, paid his famous them growing, and they etay gardless of hunger or safety, xontacL During the Franco-Prussiarunty. Some experiments curried out by a ter Jud Monday in March. Tuesday M. L. Heavr" Office. visit to the monastery at Saint-Brleu- c alter 2nd Monday In May, Tuesday war he was on the staff of the crown he said to the abbot: "Now tell us, j British scientist seem to Indicate that A trough arranged with nd when installed In the old chap, how did you lose your hair?" partitions set strongly in the trough , the frog it ca&able of greater 'dlscrlrnr-woul- d after 3rd Monday in August, Tues day after 2nd Monday in November. headquarters of Versailles came Into give the little fellows en equal nation than bad fefeott credited. t6 tn. Nothing daunted, the abbot replied: Thomas Sanders, Olaton, Wednesdoae contact with Bismarck, who bad "Sir knjght, ones, a 'tfog red, Monday In it was w so I pulled show with the big get their an'd the Thus, for example, Which 'ftie V&cred day aftter the second 2nd Monday " t fund of Jovial, If somewhat brutal, share of hairy calerplllars, promptly March, Wednesday lifter weaker ones would out!"" tfasiiall ooreraation. Aft pn Interview with it eeliVd, and with 'eq'KKl promptness in May, Wednesday aftor 3rd Monday A Maltese cross marks the spot food. A handy man can make such ' Jnfea Favre, tlje Iron chancellor was , fcplt iut again". Iru.t "Vfttr about from In August, Wednesday after 2nd Mou-l- j Ohio County where the good man fell, and you may a trough arrangement in an hour or d what he tbougblt of ihejencb day in November. iicK injudicious HARTFORD, KT. "it to this day; but the end hf not so, and even the growth of hit pigs ftoux to, seven flirocate-minuter, "We got on very tee Grant Pollard, Fcrrdsville. Turday more than pay for hla troubte. ' tempta the f rofe 'had learned his lea- Monday in atJL" aaW Blsqiarckj "from the very jretL for certain fretfulness has' been -' " J aon, and thlfeVfter refused almllar, after 2nd Jnd Mdiiday March, Thurs- All Matters Given Prompt AttenimUf5T. ever aUrjbuteV to the day after in Mass Thurs- tion. PENSION AFFIDAVITS &llJ& ". Blanching Celery. day after 3rd Monday In August, y,. ort like a uerman since, and now"IameT"wlse Profefln looks vaju)t he early use" this may ;, 1 fcoiftr experiment earthworm Mohdfcy In No- SPECIALTY. With for pavenport, a Frfinclrnln' essmaln eye of t- looking into tnem witnine begin ascelery as the stalks are a foot W& wb connected with a source of Thursday after "Jnd vember. soon -.--n&ISSTthe winter accompanied the J. "L. Patton, 'Ralph, Friday after t high or even less. The first work la.1 Wectrlcity that the frog received a For our part, we tninn science journey to Italy. March, Friday after crown prince on his the stalks In an erect poi- - afcock on touching the worm. The 2nd Monday In May, 'Friday nans, ana win after 3rd Wnen leaving the staff at Darmstadt taking awful Jtrofc duly devoured the prey, and 2nd Monday In fretfulness. We tlon. gathering them together wJMi th 'ahowed no aigna of discomfort How- - Monday in Augnftt, Friday after 2nd e waa charged with the following Itself. We admit the hand and Backing a small oMabtllv b'f 1 AM (PREPARED! r jSeagage to Ihe prince ot Battenberg hav often observed it. Yet we hold I. TT JTu m.TX V. km. In Lu WUdU. Iia rofnaMl for BCVCA HaVa tO Monday In November. "--- "HARTFORD POLICE COURT. "Tel hjm, that the redheaded conie Into the Jy the crown princegs: touch another earthworm, whit, he C. M. CWMo, Judge; John B. WilTo do any kind of Veterina amiauie, that King Humbert spoke world peaceiui ana upon them uu u tne In a few T Uttk "more 'earth freely devoured other aptclea of son, City Jtttorneyr J. P; Stevens, By ry work. Horses, mules afid A auturtngly of his rehUnclation of the fmfumess thrust worma Marshal; Court convenes second Monwhy Titian paint-- . ffitTTe. added, always 'dWbg too . -- cows need not die for want of day in Wich month. - -- -- -- . fitOeartan thforie, 'Prince Alexander hanYoflsts. This Is peius Seeking a city over- wora wnue me piancs are urj, atalka to " aure-t'ed where he dlci. IMMJ lost a crown, but gained an City Council J. H. Williams, Mayavoid worma on whit ofl 'Of clove leVvea or Galls answered attention. girls, he nat carertl to -hold the Werner gave the message, and flowing with redheaded together se- that ildae tof the earth or calcium chloride hwd JbeWh "spread, or; R. T. Collins, Clerk; E.ofP. Thom day or night. Council AM "It would . all urally established himself v Venrce. will go'Detw'ee,h'tW.8talks;.also, be--- although auch "doctored" prey was as, Treasurer. Members nrlncn renlled: . at .v.-,.- Robert Hoover, v. n. Taylor, J. n. AHtrant hut ror'BismarcK. wnicn naa ever oeeu mcir inrtarefuliibfiotout the earttf above not spit out, but waa 'digested. B. Carson, E. P. Moore, Fred Coopor, by him, I would have re- -' heaven, owing to, ite" freedom from tne Tfrtwing h'eitrt t the plant Veterinary Surgeon W. J. Bean. a hundred thousand devils. e wnue noraes. ixew ior jnuum,. 'RelttveVlilt, "All Four" Walk School Trustees Dr. E. B. PendleKy. back on me, and I bad U tvaed his Vatuatifa Weed Eradlcator. If von are tee victim 'tinndlgeirtWrj ton, Chairman; W. H. Barnes, SecrenP-- " Honesty In Business. Wbbabty'no animal la so valuable as and appear at yarir'b'Mce'eacV'tttfrh-ln- - tary; Dr. J. W. Taylor, W. S. Tlnsley Commenting on the statement I vsA'riVradlra.tor & the aheen. They wlta a yeMevelopea 'ijtt).B.try and J. D. Duke. i made recently that a large business Bot'dtily eat a large variety of weeds running around !the room'ton 'allVeura Clergyman Band Leader. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. M. E. Church, South Services A ttllltary band with a clergyman man found nearly all persons honest, and graaaea, but they masticate ao like a 'cat just 'after 'you have taken the representative ot another concern, thoroughly that almost all the seeds yotir niornlng 'repast This Is the e morning and evening every first and C conductor is a combination which destroyed or digested, and do not vice of a 'Parte 'physician, ""and he third Sunday In each month. Sunprobably Is to be found only at Illogan, doing from $30,000,000 to $50,000,000 makes it "With 'all "ierfduaheBs. He day school 9:45 a. m. Prayer meetCornwall, England, where the rector. of business every year, said to me": sprout from the manure. "Going back over our accounts for a doesn't claim 'It s'a'na'dea for all ing every Wednesday evening. Rev. Rev. Henry Oxland, has just tie pastor. year as period of Beven years, I can assure Important Consideration. aorta of indigestion, bot "he recom- - Savllle. his twenty-seventmorning Baptist Church military band. you that our losses have been less ability of an ewe to property mends It for'fellef'of'atagiiation in the and evening every Services and fourth The conductor of the local second musl-ckmthirty-twa tenth or 1 per cent" ot the most stomacha cbtidltldn "where the food Sunday in each month. Sunday school than nourish her lamb is one ?be rector and his Succsed when everything else falte. That is certainly a small loss. If important considerations in selecting becomes massed arid prevents a free 9:45 a. m. Prayer meeting every Wednearly all of whom are tin mln-rIn Bsrvous prostration and female a breeding stock. action of'inelhteatlnal juices. nesday evening. Rev. English, pastor. weaknesses they are the supreme are familiar figures throughout I every time you handle $1,000 In $1 treat- " remedy, as thousands have testified. The 'effect 'of 'Mb j Church Services every Christian Cornwall, the band being very business way you lose less than Lamba. Secure Good-Size'meat is Ho 'agitate' the stomach, act-I- t fourth Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7.' p. popular at various public functions. through misfortune, trickery or disFOR KIDNEYJ.IVER AND thus aiding It m. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Elder W. is generally conceded that If :the fng'as'U-mas'sdgeanSTOMACH TROUBLE The "season" has Just begun, and honesty, the record looks pretty clean. B. Wright pastor. henceforth the band will be in great The figures indicate that the roan who ewes are in good condition at mating tb 'discharge ita contents. He has k is the best medicine ever MM Presbyterian Church-Sun- day Cumberland ex over a druggist's counter. request for fetes, horse shows, and is habitually dishonest does not sur- Ltlme a larger proportion of twin lambs rprbved by . a."Ii series t of chemical .t.A . school every Sunday at 9:45 j i. mo r w iua I'penmenis, assiBieu uy 1. a-in be secured. ports meetings. During the last qua- vive in business. Philadelphia manufacturer of cot'emptying of the stomach pro- a. ni. SECRET SOCIETIES. A the rter of a century many of the old mem-begressed 'with much greater rapidity have emigrated to America, and ton garments tells me that in nine Hartford Lodge No. C75, F. and A. only i'wbt'n thV patient galloped around the M. meets every first Monday night bo fewer than fourteen bands have years his plant has lost a total of I room ''f6r five minutes in the attitude in each month. M. L. Hcavrln, W. 1een started there by Cornlshmen $160 through Inability to collect the df hrt'KniiH cat. M.; Owen Hunter. Secretary. who formerly played In the Illogan debts due it. I asked him how it so Hartford Chapter No. 84 O. E. S. band under the conductorshlp of the was possible to keep the losses fac,saaaBaasaw ucwrs HtM succan mcota every second and fourth Monsmall. His reply was that his "When Knights Were Bold. rector. PECIALOFFER: tory sold its output mostly to large haughty day evonings. Mies Anna J. Patton, "'What ho, varied" cried the AtrUlKUl T1UU MUour MrmuMnt cnitomtr. concerns where the standard of honSHIsBBBBrvisssr boron, striding Into the tailor's shop. W. M.; Jns, H. Williams, W. B.; uk tou lUw.BaalMh TOkw Early Responsibility. y Philadelphia Ledger. esty is high. sriff rallertUia Sb ailiwltM TaWMasjam ssT Fine weather draweth on apace; Miss Elizabeth Miller, Secretary. A mother who is anxious to teach 11 tta flDMt I Tral. T Wltndld OaLMs, I bM mil- Rough River Lodgo No. 110 Knights me a new suit straightway I" 4 TaUltlif lier children to think for themselves, rMM.ltoriM'MMrif lUla-- sSi aaa viav U aUl. mUMgy 'Ms. "Tah'e lordship," replied tho of Pythias meets every Tuesday evenliuasMtnaax-a- r i rMM "Anon, your Hla Choice. and to become responsible creatures Mention tnl Paper. ing. W. F. Anderson, C. C; J. Ney Write to-4-y; allow-mtailor; "though, if I might venture to Little Edward'B parents strove conbtfe 4ie early as possible, says an remind your lordship," he added, tim- Foster, K. of R. & S. 90. K. O. T. M. ArWwVsWMAAaMMArVW tn the best nlan. Even a few scientiously to develop his IndividualNo. Hartford irkiii'Phi. idly, "the bill for your lordship's last meets every Tent and third Thursday SEND IO CENTS , cents a week, as soon as they are old ity, and succeeded to a degree that first outyet remain unp " suit doth Nwcwosi m mmmm pMtif, wisawir win m i nights. It. T. Collins, Commandor; aongh to want to spend a cent, will waa criticised by conservative "Ihe- nmtmm JTsWi mmmm . iMUfJtasr botching rogue! " thun- L. P. Foreman, Record Keeper. ftlUdl "Peace, thou J WftUWOSHIH Jtelp In teaching them that they can siders. One night, while they attended in charge dered the baroardrawlng his awtord. 'rTifte Acmo Lodge No. 339 J. O. O. F. "Wl iiave Just so much for bo much, and a concert, Edward waa left who at tho "A suit of the latest mode and perfect mocta every second and fourth Fri young uncle, In SsW 5lt that one thing must be Riven up not of a skeptical told the youngster that fit instanter; else, by my troth, will day nlghtB In each month. U. M. Harproper hour to acquire another. It noed order nett, Noble Grand; W. R. HedrJck, ' Caay. I silt thy knave's weasandr getting they will practice he must go to bed. Edward rebelled, be only "At once, my lord, at once!" prom- Secretary. Idoa of giving haughtily. irltb their pennies; the Hartford Camp No. 202 w. 0. w. ised the trembling tailor. "To the "Thafa not tho way to talk to me!" Van also be imparted by a thoughtful . riaCTii.i' SatBellows, Barnaby ! Fetch rivets, Jock ! meets 'every second and fourth to say each month. Lesllo mother, though stopping tbla aide of he announced. "You're not choice. drones, buatle!" Then, seis urday nlghta in commanaer; w. u. Bustle, my Bennett, caaklne them young Jellybys. It was 'must,' but always give mo ins bis tin sheara, be began xo snip Wallace, council Anti-Pii- n Clerk. voluntary, giving Dickons had in That's the rule." Ket !" Ladies! ST hla beat galvanised Iron la feverish m., right," responded uncle, grimo. pen picture "All Sunshine Hive No. 4. alad wben be traced bis Style by RaaJaif McCaH's you want haste. every first and third Friday whether meets "now will help1 of thaae young martyra to a mission. ly; go you chootteminute, quietly, or nlchtB in each month. Mrs. Attye to bed this to Magariac mother. UHMcCaMfaB Luck. Hard , .Griffin, Lady Commander;' Mrs. Ltila whether you want a spanking." Good for all .'kinds of pain. McCa,tM(itlill( y ,TSQ aegroea, after having dlssated Pendieten, uaay Kecora n.eoper. H chose, without delay. Edward lu'lp you dicu MSCAlli MAZIW Used to relieve' Neuralgia, HeadArtificial Ice. Keystone Chapter No. 110, R. A. ever a certain lady which they both it' a modtrule. ache, NerVbiifchess','' Rheumatism, commonly used In Hiathod xDDMbr kaeulnc adsatred., decided tok settle the, matter M., meet every third Saturday night Sciatica, Kidney Pains, Lumbago, High of Cat. Moore Spinster Lover tou poJod John tna for commercial production by'a' 'watermelon duel, the winner te in each month. Tlnsley. T.Secretary,. ai . Backachej latdt'fialiloni In- Locomotor .A.taxa, tnl.il.iir Pennsylvania uplneter w: S. A tloibci and btu. ao have the .lady, Bach prepared him- Priest: ia is alak obioag tin huh into tanka gets western Pittsburgh agency all the Stomachaehe, Cslrjickness, IrriEQUTY. AMERICAN SOCIETY OT Now fublon DojHtns from a waler self aad appeared at the aasolBtea dftatJUed or filtered tability and 'for' pain in any part, In each iHiio. Mv National Officers President, Ira M. cats" abe wa,ter. through whlah ran Iron "anecdotes and poems about doing tbla hour, When the saetoas were as- J. OhTyst, Hudson, Wie.; V. Presiof the body,, aluaU Inforinudon 0t aJt can Becure. She baa been on ill lioimnud "1 have aiw'y'a pten subject to sumed It was taws' that the laraer dent, S. B. Robertson, Calhoun, Ky.; rTaeB comprtiB a ' inJnave auircrrd from kuuul iniieri. Only; taBUting that neuralgia by rap for the last ten yearn. these Begro had devoured the greater BecreUry &. Treas., H. G. Tank, Wau- ux. jcir. lociuainn it for years., ..Vfhlle visiting my on having wit- eau, Wis. the clippings shal) come to her In n jrro voiichi. 6ul. iawn The future bride, one of the old and euffertu(-;,'froid gjataweB areaveM as In . the tin auch ahape that they can be, "neatly V M'ritx UMlar.cr attacks, lib brought me a box of' nessed the duel, wrote the following Statu XfIoera fresioeni, t, n. Mc- IsWSSSBBBSSBISBSSIMi lot rtc MWPIQ . thmt fitaaaa the watar my acnuibooka. with the niutad in Dr. .Mll4'Jltitl.Patn Pllta. I urtd , eteitethe-wWms., , Donnell, Princeton, Ky.: Vice PresiNcCU ttttom will enable you tn mika In your ''rttri.ftiw1 ami aflAr tAVInt lltAm jrahomo. wliliyoirruwiibtadf clothlucfor . Ji MUtt H aid twaav) the. nanee of the papers la which taey." laewrre dent, J. H.,Burney, .Muhlenberg Co.; "Dear Mr. Waaatogtea: tttera K'ntbe, flrtt tlmu In. years yourujii uu HtiMaMv wlilcli wiutmsaijeci of their publlca-tleamlaiM the wratT. aApew,aA4-'th'dat- e courage, deeded 'to Becnetary & Treas.', S.' B. Rtteettfton,n, year l!M iwcmc la ad from th u It) eiylo and at. l'rn npne hlclior tlnPI lb flu neuralgia ceased C. Calhoun. Ky.; Organiser, T. H. 'Her eeaatry place-- it always K. UOWARD, aaaWrtyejir ctuu. feud(urfrraUiiruCautofva.k Hartferd, Ky. StT, Dowariac. MkMk of a aeere or- mere eats; Wt mi Git Ta f 49"dre.ni mch Piwit for senilis cub zZULTlmm mm nmoa "the ride the hosae strays she' picks Executive Board hcrjpli(innniotig jtiurrflendi. rWjid for ffo on. the, Members At srdrMMlata-- . 29. ? aoMrttwaae-TaMnaajt'i- i waifs and Naweeai Bea Watson,State ZFurn, viDoiiuuiuuuin'avNaqMUkuii.'nMuacr. Webster county; J, W. MILES JtmffJL. CO.. Elkhart.. Ind. eeaa- It te kteeaM Iraav highways la her tours abovi the w akuu aw in. ra im wt St Dana, Daviess ceaaty; Heary PtrUe. . try. Ohio oety; B. I. Ray, isatdia ooea- awalsysrs Who Left Larfl Laaaels ta Msn Who Helped Them Build Up Their Fortune. Mathodlat Exhorter Had For the Sake of Romance and Adventure Do Not' Discourage the 8trenuous Experience With Wild e - Direotory Oilo County tyi C. G. Davenport, Warren county. Ohio county officers L. B. Tlch-eno- r, !. I , one-thir- J ilj.,, c.dlal ... Otto C. Martin at -- -- --- d Barnes & Attorneys at Smith. Uall 11" bar-room- -- dvf ill 'i"s ' well-know- n '""" ' 1 A I 0ij.v. r.. ARTHUR i- Attorney at D. KIRK RED-HEADE- D recol-ilectlon- ruby-haire- d et re-ke- n I J, NEY FOSTER. Notary Public d Ja tn ucu. -- jfme J -- -- .ported vn l L:k niw W. H. RILEY - Harttoril, ad-ar- com-jalete- d h a, e, Electric Bitters SEEDS' 1 "-w m 1 Wt "all-fours- d j, n -- 'saf f umiiiu-- 1 m 1 cvr ,iffl1wBBii tv vr.mnes at Pills have heljifedothers. 'tou as they u t, see a4 " nyl-lh(- """ ' m. Ur2BMb jtawd !" r.' m. if cpp-r.- . rttk,et. ,c, ' :nLGtjmkA,z .t. : sss t Uatve casrfajbaVwito. Bal-mal- r t....mliimm.mtmtwmmmmtri iWWMi jb: .. ' . .mim iwMttm .4 .&rwt(nis"! )iwaxmmnwiKKWvmiiitr,-- r "' " Tnwnw THIRTY THOUSAND MUCH GOOD IN HEARTY LAUGH Wonderful Cures reported In Germany Children Cry for Fletcher's Ut thi It Promotes the Circulation of Blood INFANTS SAVED Good Work Continue! In the Carotid Arteries and tracts tho Muscles. Con- Says Pastor Russell. Tlio Kind You Ilnvo Always Bonght, and which has been i use for over SO venrs. lum hnmn nn a.mt,.-- n nt 7 mill IlH liPon nimln limlxK 1,1a nna. y-- 7 . sonal supervision 8lnco Its infancy. ftAC7jr. t6CCAMX Allow no ono to deceive you in this. " aro but All Counterfeits, Imitations nnil Experiments tliat trifio with and endanger tlio health of Jufauis .and Children Experience against Experiment Just-as-good Pretbytsrlant Progreia In Thsologieal Lead Will Not Other Denomlna-tion- a What Can Be and Non Done For the Non-olaregenerate Infante of the Past? Paetor Ruetell Not Able to Agree, Although Sympathetic Hit View of the Matter as Outlined In the Bible. London, August 3. A Blbte Stu dents Convention has lieen lu progress here for several days in the n i Lancaster Gate. W. Pastor Itusscll delivered two addresses toisssssssssHNssn day. We report IfsBBBBBBBBBBBvsVJ one of tuein, fiom t li e text. "Clse were your chil Prompt Attention and Good Service. dren unholy, but now are they boly." very hearty, Now, when laughter Is (Bears the Signature of 1 Corinthians 7:14. TRANSFER MEETS ALL TRAINS, actually excessive, the The Pastor declared his text was- when It Is prewhole body Is convulsed, and this nmhnhlr tho basis of much of the Is contract railing confusion on the subject of In means that every muscle "rjouoie up and Infant damnation. ed. Here Is where people fant snlvatlon laughter. Whether It la laughBefore discussing bis text, be wished with very advanced ter or crying, the same thing hapto call attention to a emotion theological step recently taken by the pens, If It Is an excessive congests thetear Presbyterian General Assembly lu the that Is, the blood glands overflow, United States. According to telegraph-l- c glands, and these n forcing out the tears. fl.3E dispatches, it had altered the Thk Republican and Louisville Herald of Faith so as to save non-eleYears For Over In L50 Infants as well as elect ones. UNUSUAL TYPE OF BRAVERY The Republican and Courier-Journ- al THC CtWTU COMPAHT. TT HOT TWtCT, HCW YOWK C1TT. The thought that God had arranged 1.75 a plan whereby some Infants would Not Many Husbands Would Under- The Reptblican and St. Louis Globe-Democr- at go to Heaven at death, and other InWife's Hat Even take to Return 1.60 fants to eternal torture, has for cenThough He Needed Money. The Republican and Home and Farm troubled the minds of all turies Inquirer 1.75 and Protestnnt. Some The bravest man In London made The Republican and said that elect Infants would be saved, his appearance In a Regent street' POSITIONS GUARANTEED3.80 Infants tortured. Others ahoD one day recently. and Republican and Louisville Daily Herald Infants you a position ir you i.u il,.t ixintlamiInfants not would be He carried an enormous bandbox The GUARANTEE 3.59 baptised, wrltiua real soon. Wo need many more uwenaooro inquirer saved, and other which contained an enormous hat on The jxepubucan na to soon the get the demand at once As supplyas enormous required or sprinkled, would go to eternal tor- whirls tim man wanted what he con wei our graduates. for O'boro Messenger 1.75 ture. Others held that none could be sidered an enormous amount of money The Republican and Twice-a-Wee- k numberof students this otter will bo withdrawn. So write at once for particulars. saved without regeneration: and these, refunded. The man was pretty mad, 1.75 ....' being perplexed as to bow Infants and, Tnhile looking for someone who The Republican and Kentucky Farmer could be regenerated, could hardly have had the authority to negotiate the any hope of Infant balvaUon. For cen- transaction, he talked loud enough for The Republican and New Idea Woman's Magazine... 1.30 turies good people have suffered terri- everybody to hear. Weekly Enquirer. .... 1.50 bly because of these confused Ideas. "My wire bought this hat." he said. The Republican and Cincinnati BUSINESS COLLEGE The Pastor then showed how foolish "She doesn't need It. She has already HtOOBrOB4TID I OBO. W. fICHWAKTZ all these theories seem when contrast- s bought three flew hats. IrOUISVir.r.K. KT. The Republican and Weekly Inter Ocean and Farmer $1.50 teach-inrABtiaHn i.o ed with the simple and beautiful has "She paid 32 for this one. She of Scripture that the salvation of .never worn it. It Just came home ung and old, of heathen lands la.t niuht. I can't afford to throw as well as Chrlstlan-- ls through the. a away, I want you an vriRH' power ot Messian s iviug- all that money 'hack,and resurrection f She "wouldn't MHlEXPERIENCE we tfrVd ,f 1W dom. He then said. Why snouia or tne ,brlng It down, so I undertook the Job JaV trouble longer with the errors Buckbw'a "Full o! Hit" Korth" Gro3 myself. tepuut 01. ol Pedigreed Strti hive Dark Ages, when God's Word Is now "By the side ot that man Napoleon uccrstful scrd growing behind ttrem. llpijlll brightly? shining so tliat the best. Bonaparte was a cringing coward," Specialties btitocuble Unable to Agree. said the young Woman who had made Earliest Red Valentine . . Pastor Russell declared that he felt the sale. "Imagine Napoleon flouncTraoc Marks great sympathy for the move of the ing Into a Parisian millinery shop rtraiRNa btrinalesa Cretti Pod . J 7 guh e Presbyterian brethren: but neverthelm. Kidney Wai 4 5 gushe COPVRiaHTS &C vlth a hat that he didn't want Joae-rhlnDavUNewWKlleWaa . . 475 . .mi. undine a skatrta and daserlpUon ma: less, he could not agree with their concould not have jo to 'buy! He Cunie's Rust Prool Wax . clusions, believing that the Bible done it" London ?U;Suonlabablrp.t&pSn.Sl PBA8 Txtra Eatly Alaska . . He realized that SKlSa teaches otherwise. nfSirffldist i? lir forMCTrTnaMt.nta. new ii.nr ui." Garden St 50 Bushel Heads Horslord", Market the Presbyterian view of Election Anarf Mn.t Daaerva Resoact t i.utninfrnrM loo Bushel i...lu.. made It difficult for them to deal with and a full lit il.nv riAnnlA tell vou that you must To-- o .. siUbh. Ltt-cBill Heads nnn.oiart twith adults and Infants. ScKmilic Seeds. Planta a..O Buidj ai iowi ;,"" a usi ;he respectful to older people, quua Sitid for complete caUlotue or He found Scriptures declaring that rvlno- nut of tbe Question wnemer or ur requlrememi ana si m God Is selecting the Church from f Buy airect irqm ne ruwn- -.. worthy of respect. I've amongst the world. He conceded that 'not they're ot Write today. Mention this paper, ,v tbe most oosunaio. , known some callt not elect would properly be those unkind, unjust old peoBut he found nothing ed non-ele, tKWBKkictSt., tockfart Serf Nrsu. RKkftr. ple, whose faults were borne Jn silence In the Bible to Indicate that known a In Messiah's because they were old. I've to who would actually Kingdom means predestination to an Grandmother bribe her grandchildren to disobey eternity of torture. I've mother, her daughter-in-laMany have been consigning adults their given who by his unAnd number of 00.000 known an old man heckling actually and Infants to the 1 ceasing bullying and dally), or every day (30.000 Infants 01 II oounuin, or no t m. of his son, who every year, to eternal torture. brokevdown the health THATWk-2-.r.n.otoct- nnreceuernte or un- - was carrying a heavy burden of care. 1. -ucvuuao MVM .i.. wen man u Bna noafi. p"w w """" "" r.-- rr pwi an DatutabUltr. y" Ptloa. SUR I baptised. Surely all intelligentproposi but who might still be a his father had not literally worried uch n are out of accord with ' 4n0 Book on ProrlUbl Pawnta writ him into sickness. In both these cases OS-Ition. Surely some1 great miswao r"" daughter-isavanin Ages, and I hold that the respect of the mode during the Dark WMHII n-law and the son were misplaced, MS.MPii XIS. Celebrated for style. pef' God has been slandered. yesrs. V old folks Bhould not have anS the The Pastor then demonstrated mar. and that the to subject their kin to I, TrerV c ty an "town In rect. Umted States thin More sold d very personlllcatlon of Wis- been allowed V God Is the ujotitt nuke? Send lor Iree caUlogue. 111 treatment Just being old la where-a- s dom. Justice. .Love and Power: 32.000.- - suchnmnntan nf dualities Worthy Of 'McCALLS MAGAZINE nn a God who would foreordain tore subscriber, than l'.n2bl?,S , respect Woman's Home Companion. a month. ,.n.,MJff,JjJr . maEatlne-rnllll- on 000 beings per year to Pa8S ,0 aa eter" " W natterns. dressmallnc,, tit stvles. would be. not a God, nlty of torture He Knew. devil Imaginable. Retorted Better Than but the most terrible a Idiot named Jamie Bible students are realizing that the we Prazer surprised people sometimes by .neMEE'S BULBS SUCCEED. Bible teaches nothing of the kind un- "Ulo., As their eyes of unnnnaixi OFFER'. his replies. The members of one par' W .. r and new cash prlio U...l.ua. A' derstandlng open, they appreciate the ish had for some time distressed the U W W. J7Ui SU KIW WW r.Sr.4:iUm"ryouVri.nteuj.l CM itcCAU CO. l JWM minister by their habit of sleeping in Divine character as never ueiore. ." " r tomer. j la i.f.Al rait aTU&raUlWm fmon.r church. He had often endeavored to JlMt.o-a.a.a,--- 1 Condemned Need Redemption. All :r r """-- " "TiiT that ac- Impress them with a sense of the ImAfter reminding his bearers one day cording to Scripture we are saved by propriety of such conduct and gallery -- . " ? n ' I Smi the " N.l...Osala. rMt i.nk . Kir i.oitiir infnnts. the Pastor TnmiA was alttine Inmany front slum 17 if I hada'1 were ISSur.-V'-T.PIjtx,- i; Mrs. Via- - believe 1 would have died showed conclusively from the Blblo wide awake, when Far Thret bering around him. the clergyman taken it. that although Infants share in auuiulu I to arouse the attention ot ..a. ,u sBNO as death sentence and have provision cMWuUMUeteAft4u After I began taking Cardui, I was Baystating the -- -: T- T-, -- . . a3."U att aM u. --. aJvloi. Jesus' redemptive work, nevertheless his hearers by even Jamiefact rri. Prazer, greatly helped, and all three bottles re Aay f hV HmmwwL they can be saved only by coming to a ing: "You see '" "- -' - tt- so IT. QOWti God and Jesus, and then the Idiot, does not fall asleep aa lieved me entirely. knowledge of --. i many of you are doing." Jamie, not exercising faith ana ooeoieuce 10 m IT. J grew so much list asomi 1 fattened up, and to be designated, Writ or corns w guta, y,u obm, Mscross.xu. exteut of ability. HU position seems liking, perhaps, "An' LH. 5. Tit Xlfk Mnif 'Sit! n c. an coolly replied: if I hadn't been WAnn,w"i-ZPleasant Hill, N. C.- -"I suffered for stronger ia three months, I felt like undeba table. sleepln', then reviewed the Bible an Idiot I would bare been The speaker three summers," writes Mrs. Walter other person altogether.'' , ...him, thnt nil mankind sinned lu too." Viaceat, of this town, "ami the third and Divine Cardui Is purely vegetable awl gentle Adam, and came under the eternProareea Paid For In Human Life. acting. Itc ingredients have a mild, tomo curse, or sentence of deatb-u- ot last time, was my worst VTbe value of human lite Isn't supal torment "In due time Christ died I had dreadful nervous headaches and effect, on the womanly constitution. wh ,,T.ed. posed to be figured in cold dollars," for the ungodly"-th- oe scarcely able to said a. builder, "but people don't gen- oraatntioa. and was Cardui makes for Increased strcngtH, fore HU crucifixion1" build-li- g redempnot do aay of my erally "kW',that In every big walk about Could since. Because of thbj general Improves the appetite, tones up the ner erected' Id" New York the pries' ot housework. with the curse, thee tion, vous system, and helps to make pale, lv is to be a resurrection out of sin and human lite ia a consideration Igured I also had dreadful pains in my back sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy.. , tb perfectloa of In the estimate. death conditions back pUOVCI-i- reum a hulldlnar of so many storlea aad sides and when one of those weak, Cardui has helped mere than a mttHea life Only' those who intelligently Sec-on- d and ot a certain sort of construction ject thj grace of Qod, will die .the alakiur sdsUs would come oa me, 1 weak women, during the past 50 years. the CMtractora figure that a few Death. wn, up aad lie It will surely do for you, what K and adulta-- at worknM will bo killed ana mere win would have to giyt Meantime, tomb, have to U settlement with the fassl-lle-i. imsUK wore off. death go to Sheol, Hades, the done for them. Try Cardui tooay. Maybe no archlteata oroatraet-or- a 1 wm etrtaWly ia a dreadful state of there to await the resurrection WriU to; Chattanaas MclM Ok, UUaa M would admit thatthhi la true, but Kingdom. Then the SgfM.fMJ' m"" vlaory Dai earr. I Haaily decided to try MtnteUcta on Chaiunoos. Ttaa., . your cat ana -.j the tomb-"er-ery it'a a fact neverthele." New York haaMi. whs X -- . . . dead shall come fortn'from . , yt the wcsM-- 's teaic.aad 1 iraUy Cs4uL Sua. man In bis own order." wowmaMMWL& V 1 I 4 4.1 Cnstoria Is harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pore t;orlc, Irops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant, It contains neither Opium, Morphine, nor other 'nra substance. Its njro is its guarantee. It destroys "Worm For nnd nllays Fevorlshncss. fllM more than tthirtyIIyears it .. - B.n nm jau J1II1 MClill aia umiiiHun linn "i 4ln aanllnf Ul VUllHlipUllUIl uiu ICI1CI Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles nnd jjjarrnuift. ic rvKiuuiHi mo aiomacn ana xsoweis, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA a Loudon Tuber-nncl- e. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS A British scientist who- - has been making a study of laughter has prepared a list of things that happen whon a person glvea away to audlbte laughter. On each aide of the throat he explains, there ia an artery called the carotid. At the level of the larynx this divides; one branch, which carries blood to the brain, la called the "Internal;" the other, which performs the duty of distributing blood to the face, Is called tht "external." Theso two branches are Joined by the ophthalmic artery at about the .evel of the eyes, forming between the eyes a. sort of canat. All this in turn brlnga thr-- tears of lauchter and makes literal the ex clamation, "He laughed until he cried." it Is this communication that is the cause ot the close connection between the brain and the tear glands, and really acts the same In grief as In laughter, there being but little difference In the physical results between Joy and sorrow. In reality laughter is not an easy thing. It results In a great although Involuntary, effort an effort as great as though one were lifting a great weight and In both cases the muscles of both the throat and stomach The nee of iimple herbs as remedies Instead of tho more concentrated usually more dangerous inorganic substances, has betn revived very widely ot Ietev has oriern which throws out almotf In Germany a new xchool or physician whole oi the pharmacopeia ond relics on an ndnptation ol the method ot wtfl N. Y. World. animals In curing thcmeclvc It was Dr. R. V. Pierce, chief consulting physician to the Invalids' Hotel ead Surgical Institute of Buffalo, N. Y., who first advocated the extended use of soflW of our native roots, such ost Golden ecal and Oregon grape root, mandrtaKi a ,.. rnn. Mark hrrvhark. These are the chief ingredients in Doctor Pierce's .Golden Medical Discovery, which has been so well and favorably known rnntnni. A harmless cleanser S4tJ ...!.. stomach tonic that nature has provided. " I jnf ,T. DosAM) MATnr.sotf of Osslnlng, N. Y. say;: mo wa forcd for over flvo years with what the doctors Mated coiuimwi of the itmnnch, associated vilhacatar bad rtud coTMlUlon of same, and ticreoiw heart. toIfloat a tried ship mioiigh nux. Wvnnth, Rcntlan, rhubarb, etc.. and naturally thoiwht thcro was no euro for me, but after of the curatlvo qualities wlm eminent doctors said Golden Medical Discovery' I gave 16 of tlmti.grtdi.'nlaof 'Pleasant also n farr f rial. Toole thn DWcovery ' and foolm tlwbetter now 1'ollcts and can truthfully say I am cheerfully ql vo twrnil lon to print than I iavo in voir.".. I "V " t'ii" iri.irnonini, nu toi''y buat luuliclno tho 1 wlil'pii'" ivioo' r. .ir rr -"- 3V,K3Q. country "iu. 1 JAMES & CO., First Class -.Urveryrriett Kentucky. Centertown, &ty& WE OUR CLUBBING RATES. ......... The Kind You Save Always Bought Use 30 Con-fesslo- Twice-a-WeekOwensb- non-ele- muy llEi cri , all-yo- Address all orders to SEEDS liiiij 1" i!ji!iiij flUKritati. bbipip THE REPUBLICAN- Tlt-Bit- a. YOUR Letter Noteheads Envelopes Cards 3 s" "" SrSSaSMass ... t.ii.. - H. W. BUCKBEE i non-electi- Statements Jolnt-helrshl- p 'TThLX iTVfcX IVS WT.'.ilKl. OI S! rrt Special Attentoa In The Republican other printed forms are hn t Job Department. WSS sssrxs I BULBS' W well-know- n asmiaVL pi-- COULD SCARCELY Shmii r WALK AI M?KAR?.?55fSE lyrw.toTijJt'g'y ' lw k-SWaSS-slat-Hkaa-Sl? li'ataS wi T.i:.r.ipct!c.Lxc...r. h ss? r ' W ,. t uWwu b' va4lN "syn(inihist)rfon 0 VJ m owrssssJiis"'?j, ??fe all-inf- anta 'a in-p- ..r.ra.iaWH'O Tichenors End-Seas-on bsk Sale f Begins Monday, August 11, Ends Wednesday, August 20 If you are interested in the purchase of seasonable Merchandise, Merchandise that you need and will have to buy, then read this page carefully, for it is 'your friend a money saver to you. It shows you the place where a dollar has its greatest purchasing power, solves your financial questions and places you in a position to realize your wants, even though your circumstances may not be the best. We want to see you during this sale, and believe we will. Come each day and we assure you that you shall have our experience and ability in supplying your wants with good Merchandise at better prices. MEN'S SUITS. Not a question of price so much ns quality, but when you get both together you are fortunate, and especially when you are buying seasonable Every Suit goes. Nothing reservmerchandise. ed. Shrewd buyers will come early. $12.75 119.60 Suits, sale $10.50 il8.00 Suits, sale $10.25 116.50 Suits, sale $ 25 115.00 Suits, sale $ 25 114.00 Suits, sale "W 112.50 Suits, sale $5.75 19.00 Suits, sale BOY'S SUITS. $8.00 13.50 Suits, sale .?& $7.00 Suits, sale .0O Suits, sale 16.00 $2.75 14.00 Suits, sale $2.25 13.25 Suits, sale 17.50 15.00 S4.50 13.00 12.00 11.50 12.50 11.50 13.50 13.25 11.50 Men's Men's Men's Men's Men's Men's Men's Men's Boy's Men's Men's Men's Men's MEN'S ODD PANTS. sale; saje.' sale sale sale sale Boy's Long Pants sale Pants, sale CORDUROV PANTS. Pants, sale Pants, sale Pants, sale MEN'S HATS AND CAPS. $1.00 Wool Hats, sale $1.50 Wool Hats, sale $2.50 Wool Hats, sale $3.00 Wool Hats, sale $3.50 Straw Sailors, sale $2.50 Straw Sailors, sale $2.00 Straw Sailors, sale $1.25 Straw Sailors, sale 75c Straw Sailors, sale $1.25 Soft Straw Hats, sale $1.50 Soft Straw Hats, sale $1.00 Soft Straw Hats, sale 50c Soft Straw Hats, sale SHOES AND $3.25 Oxfords, sale $3.00 Oxfords, sale $2.50 Oxfords, sale $2.00 Oxfords, sale $1.50 Oxfords, sale Children's $1.10 Oxfords, Children's $1.25 Oxford.s Men's $3.50 Shoes, sale Men's $4.00 Shoes, sale Men's $3.00 Shoes, sale Men's $2.50 Shoes, sale Men's $1.98, Shoes, sale Men's $4.50 Work Shoes, Men's $3.00 Work Shoes, Men's $2.25 Work Shoes, Men's $2.00 Work Shoes, Ladles' $3.50 Shoes, sale Ladies' $3.25 Shoes,' sale Ladles. $3.00 Shoes, sale Ladies' $2.50 Shoes, sale Ladies' $2.00 Shoes, sale Ladies' $1.50 Shoes, sale 1 lot Ladles' $3.50 Shoes, $3.00 Boy's Shoes, sale $2.75 Boy's Shoes, sale $2.50 Boy's Shoes, sale $2.00 Boy's Shoes, sale $1.90 Boy's Shoes, sale $1.40 Boy's Shoes, sale $2.00 Misses' Shoes, sale $1.50 Misses' Shoes, sale $1.40 Misses' Shoes, sale 90c Children's Shoes, sale 75c Children's Shoes, sale 70c Children's Shoes, sale Men's Men's Men's Men's Men's EMBROIDERIES, 5c OXFORDS. $2.25 $2.00 $1.75 $1.50 $1.15 sale sale OOc sale sale sale sale $1.00 $2.75 $3.00 $2.35 $1.75 $1.70 $3.50 $2.50 $1.85 :.$1.60 $2.50 $2.30 $2.20 $2.00 $1.50 $1.20 $1.75 $2.50 $2.25 $2.00 $1.00 $1.50 $1.10 $1.60 $1.15 $1.00 70c 65c Pants, Pants, Pants, Pants, Pants, Pants, i.7S $3.25 $2.75 $2.00 $1.50 $1.15 $1.50 $1.15 $2.50 $2.25 $1.15 75c $1.00 $1.50 $2.00 $2.00 $1.50 $1.25 75c 50c 75c $1.00 05c 35c 35c 75c 40c 35c 20c 10c 12c 10c 5c 10c 10c sale WOOLEN DRESS GOODS, WASH DRESS GOODS, SILKS, WAISTINGS, c. 30c Woolen Dress Goods, sale 20c 40c Woolen Dress Goods, sale 30c 50c Woolen Dress Goods, sale 35c $1.00 Woolen Dress Goods, sale 70c $2.00 Woolen Dress Goods, sale $1.25 50c White Wash Silk, sale 30c 50c Waistlng Silk, sale 35c OOc $1.00 Waistlng Silk, sale 5c Lawn 4c 7c and Lawn .....5c 10c Lawn 7c 15c and 16 Lawn 10c . 20c Lawn 12tfc 25c Lawn 15c 18c Lawn Flouncing 10c 25c French Foulard 10c 25c Crash Suiting 19c aoc 50c White Voile Suiting 19c 25c Poplin 10c 25c Cobweb Voile 12 Mc Suiting 8c Suiting 10c 15c and 16 25c Black Satteen 19c 10c Black Satteen 8o 7c 10c White Waistlng 15c White Waistlng 10c 20c White Waistlng 12Hc 15c 25c White Waistlng NOTIONS, HOSIERY, c. 7c 2-- 2-- GINGHAMS, CALICOES, DOMESTICS, &c. 6c Calico 6c Gingham 10c Gingham 5c 5c . 7)Jc Oc .50c 4c 8c 20c 40c 65c 75c 19c 12Vc Gingham 10c Percale 10c Hope Bleach .' 7)c 7)ic .. TRIMMINGS AND LACES. Embroidery SHIRTS AND SUSPENDERS. 50c Dress Shirts, sale 11.00 Dress Shirts, sale 50c Work Shirts, sale 50c Suspenders, sale 35c Suspenders, sale 25c Suspenders, sale 20c Suspenders, sale 15c Boy's Suspenders, sale 10c Boy's Suspenders, sale UNDERWEAR. Men's 25c Undershirts, sale Men's 25c Drawers, sale Men's 50c Undershirts, sale Men's 50c Drawers, sale TRUNKS AND TRAVELING BAGS. 18.00 Trunks, sale 57.50 Trunks, sale 18.50 Trunks, sale 19.00 Trunks, sale 19.50 Trunks, sale 17.00 Trunks, sale 15.00 Leather Traveling Bags 13.00 Leather Traveling Bags 10c Embroidery 30c Embroidery 60c all Embroidery 90c Embroidery Flouncing $1.00 Embroidery Flouncing 25c all over Lace 35c all over Lace 50c all over Lace 75c all over Lace $1.00 all over Lace $1.40 all bver Lace 10c Dress Trimming 15c Dress Trimming . . 20c Dress Trimming 30c and 35c Dress Trimming 50c Dress Trimming '5c Lace , 6c Lace 10c Lace 12 c Lace MILLINERY. 22tfc 35c 50c 75c 25c Brown Sheeting 27Vc Bleach Sheeting . 35c Damask 35c White Table Linen 60c White Table Linen 6c Toweling VsC Toweling 10c Toweling 12V2c Toweling $2.00 per dozen Napkins $1.25 per dozen Napkins READY-MAD-E 21c .' 22Hc 27Hc 27Hc 45c 4c 5c 7J4 10c $1.50 OOc 08c' 7c 10c 15c 20c 35c 3c 4c 7c Oc . . .' 35c 35c $0.00 $5.00 $0.10 $0.25 $0.50 $4.75 $.1.25 Anything you may want from this department the way of headwear will be sold to you at Good exactly half-pricassortment to select from. Don't forget this department while you are at this sale. In e. TIES.. Men's 1 Oc Wash Ties, sale Men's 25c Wash Ties, sale Men's 25c, 30c and 35c Ties, sale Men's 50c Silk Ties, sale .5c 15c 10c 35c $2.00 SKIRTS AND LADIES' UNDERSKIRTS. $7.50 $11.50 Brown Mixed Skirt, sale $ 9.50 Black Panama Skirt sale $0.00 $ 8.50 Brown Serge Skirt, sale $5.00 $3.75 $ 6.00 Blue Serge Skirt, sale $ 5.50 Gray Mixed Skirt, sale $3.50 $ 4.00 Black Mohair Skirt, sale $2.75 $ 1.00 Underskirts, sale 75c $ 1.5.0 Silk Underskirts, sale $1.10 $ 2.75 Silk Underskirts. Bale $1.00 3.00 $ 5.00 Silk Underskirts, sale Waists, sale... $2.00 $ 4.00 Ladles' Ready-Mad- e Waists, sale $ 5.00 Ladles' Ready-Mad- e $2.50 LINENS, PERSIAN LAWNS, &c. 10c India Linen . 10c 15c India Linen . 18c India Linen . 12Hc . 15c 20c India Linen . 10c 25c India Linen . 15c 23c Persian Lawn 25c 35c Linen 75c $1.00 Linen .... 7c 7c Scarf Clasps 7c 15c Scarf Clasps 10c 50c Scarf Clasps 30c 10c Pearl Collar Button 7c 10c Sterling Silver Collar Button 7c 5c Hair Nets 3c 10c Ladles' Belts 5c 50c Ladles' Black Belts 25c 25c Ladles' Collars 15c 10c Ladles' Jabots 5c 50c Ladles' Collars SO 75c Ladles' Collar Sets 50c 50c Back Combs 25c 50c Baretts 25c Men's 15c Collars Oc .' Men's 10c Black Hose 7c Men's 25c Half Hose- 10c 'tunes' 1 0c Hose . . . ..7c Misses' 15c Hose . . . .lie Misses' 25c Hose . . . .19c . ,7c Ladles' 10c Hose . . Ladies' 15c Hose . . . .lie Ladies' 25c Hose . . . .19c Ladies' 50c Silk Hose .35c . .7c Children's 10c Belts . Children's 25c Belts . .19c Men's 50c Belts . .35c Men's 25c Belts . . . .10c 50c Corsets 39c $1.00 Corsets 80c $1.50 Corsets $1.00 $1.00 Laco Curtains 70c $1.50 Lace Curtains $1.10 Hair Switches, $1.25 to $5.00 . ..HALF PRICE $2.50 Hand Bags $1.75 $5.00 Hand Bags $3.00 CARPETING AND MATTING. All 25c and 30c Matting 19c Lfnen Matting, 25c quality 19c 90c Wool Carpet 05c SEWING MACHINES. During this sale we will sell the White Rotary Sewing Machine at the remarkably low price of $24.50. This Is the same machine sold by agents at $70.00. Don't miss 'this opportunity, as It is less than ypu will ever buy this machine again. WATCHES AND CLOCKS. Elgin, $17.00 case $10.75 Elgin, $21.00 case $11.50 $10.00 case $6.00 Elgin, $21.00 Hunting Case $11.50 $ 6.00 Elgin, Nickel Case. .$3.50 $ 6.50 Elgin, Nickel Case ,..$3.75 90c Alarm Clock 05c 75c Alarm Clock 55c GROCERIES. Granulated Sugar $1.00 2 pkgs. Arbuckles Coffee 45c 8 bars Lenox Soap 5c 12 bars Calumet Laundry Soap 25c 10 bars White Floating Toilet Soap 25c Good Loose Roasted Coffee 15c 50c 50c 50c 25c 25c 25c 10c 10c Belt Pins Cuff Buttons Brooches Brooches Beauty Fins Stick Pins 25c 35c 35c 10c 10c 15c Fans ... ffl el 20-ye- ar el 20-ye- ar 20-ye- ar el 20-ye- ar ..'.... 20-Ib- s. T3 CSX During this sale we are going to give for every dollar's worth of goods purchased a chance on some valuable articles, and for every dollar paid on account, we will give two chances on some articles. The first premium will be a large, massive, round Extension Table, regular $20 value. The second a $7.50 Trunk. The third a ladies $5 beaded Hand Bag. The fourth, fifth and sixth each a 75c box of Funk's Chocolates. The seventh year's subscription to Hartford Herald. The person having the greatest number of chances on above premiums will receive $ 10 in gold. Rememb.er you get a chance with each dollar purchase and two chances with each dollar paid on account. The premiums will be awarded Wednesday evening, August 20, at 7:30. 1 "i"i. .' i.i, We wish to state that we believe this will be the last Sale you will have the opportunity to attend, and knowing the shrewd judgment of each of our large area of customers, we point you with pride to the above prices. In every instance we have given you our profit and in many we are loser. We certainly will expect you tbbe with us early, as the above figures contain argument in the way of prices which will convince the most careful buyer. Keep this ad. and bring it with you to the sale and see that everything is just as represented. -- , S. J-- TICHENOR, . - McHenry, Ky. ' 1 V . ijAjj . Wrmmm0milm' w mmmwpgw1;; -- 3 .....lya.jnwiroflffCTnna